New Ipswich police logs: Nov. 12, 2013
Wednesday, Oct. 23
Property damage: At 9:54 a.m., an Old Wilton Road resident informed police that she noticed one of her window screen frames was bend upwards in half. The resident believed it happened at some point between two weeks ago and when she noticed it two days ago. There was no entry into her home, and nothing appears to be missing.
Thursday, Oct. 24
Found property: A 1:50 p.m., police received a package containing a letter and bifold wallet with a driver’s license belonging to a former New Ipswich resident. Police made contact with the owner’s father, who agreed to retrieve the wallet.
Animal complaint: At 3:05 p.m., police were advised that two stray dogs, a white and brown hound type and a small camel-colored one, entered the yard of an Ashburnham Road resident. The smaller one grabbed his pant leg. The resident kicked the smaller dog away, and it proceeded to try to attack his dog. The owner of the dogs is known to the resident. At 6:40 p.m., police made contact with the owner of the two dogs referenced in the animal complaint, to speak with them about the issue.
Stranded motorist: At 11:06 a.m., police were advised of a disabled tractor-trailer unit at the intersection of Main Street and Turnpike Road. Police responded and found the truck, which had a damaged drive shaft. A tow truck was on the scene to remove the vehicle when police arrived. The vehicle was cleared from the roadway.
Friday, Oct. 25
Motor vehicle accident: at 10:58 a.m., police responded to a two-car motor vehicle crash near 97 Highbridge Rd. Joseph Kushner of Greenville allegedly rear-ended the car being driven by Matthew Lambert of New Ipswich. Kushner was transported to Monadnock Community Hospital for treatment.
Suspicious person: At 6:20 p.m., police responded to a report of a suspicious motor vehicle in the parking lot of Vanguard Manufacturing on Temple Road. Upon arrival, police met with a resident who was waiting with the car for a shipping company to pick up and ship to his mother in Florida, where she had just moved. The resident provided paperwork to that effect. The resident thought the hauling truck would have an easier time loading the car in the parking lot, rather than his driveway.
Fraud: At 6:42 p.m., police spoke with a Philmart Drive resident about the fraudulent use of her checks. The resident reported that approximately two months ago, her wallet was stolen from her Jeep while she was visiting a friend. She had left her Jeep unlocked. She did not report the theft at the time, because she did not think anything could be done. She then advised that someone used one of her checks at two different Hannaford Supermarkets in Leominster, Mass. Police advised her to contact the Leominster Police Department with the information.
Suspicious vehicle: At 10:39 p.m., police responded to Timbertop Road for a reported occupied Mercedes with out-of-country plates, parked at the intersection of Timbertop Road and Turnpike Road. Upon arrival, the vehicle was gone. Police checked the area, but did not find the vehicle.
Saturday, Oct. 26
Criminal mischief: While on routine patrol, police found a smashed pumpkin in front of a Poor Farm Road residence. Police spoke with the owner who advised they had gone inside approximately a half-hour before and left a couple pumpkins on the table in the driveway. The resident advised that there didn’t appear to be any other damage.
Sunday, Oct. 27
Motor vehicle accident: At 2 p.m., police responded to a single-car motor vehicle accident on Hubbard Pond Road with one injured party. A 15-year-old injured boy was transported to Monadnock Community Hospital by Souhegan Valley Ambulance Service. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
Tuesday, Oct. 29
Illegal dumping: At 3:54 p.m., police received a report of illegal dumping at the Temple-New Ipswich town line, by the right of way on the swamp side. Yesterday and today in the early hours of the morning, multiple blue barrels with the tops cut off and a black interior were allegedly dumped by a black Ford F250 with two male occupants.
Motor vehicle crash: At 4:49 p.m., police responded to a two-car motor vehicle crash on Ashby Road. Justin Saucier of Derry and Lindsey Serafini of New Ipswich, the drivers of the vehicles were both transported to Monadnock Community Hospital for treatment.
Abandoned vehicle: At 8:31 a.m., police responded to Poor Farm Road for a report of a black Ford Ranger parked, partially jutting into the street. The driver’s side window was covered in what appeared to be plastic. The owner of the vehicle no longer lives at the address where it was parked. The vehicle was not listed as stolen. As the vehicle was impeding traffic, police had the vehicle towed.
Thursday, Oct. 31
Animal complaint: At 7:38 p.m., police took a report that a male Husky named Carlo, with collar and tags had run out the door from 77 Poor Farm Rd. The owner of the dog is from Lyndeborough. Police assisted with checking the area, but could not locate the dog.
Friday, Nov. 1
Theft: At 5 p.m., police took a report from a Main Street business that a per diem employee allegedly took several checks from the business and cashed them.
Saturday, Nov. 2
Arrest: At 11:58 a.m., police stopped a car for a moving violation. The driver, Troy Seppala, 26, of New Ipswich, was arrested and charged with operating after suspension of licence. The vehicle was towed, and Seppala was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and issued a court date of Dec. 3 at the 8th Circuit Court, Jaffrey.
Sunday, Nov. 3
Stranded motorist: At 3:14 p.m., police assisted a resident with pushing her disabled vehicle out of the road, and gave her a courtesy ride to her residence. The owner of the vehicle advised the vehicle would be removed shortly.
Suspicious person: At 4:55 p.m., police responded to a possible burglary in progress on Kenneybeck Road. When police arrived, they found a man backing out of the driveway. The man claimed he was looking at the house to see if it was for sale. The man stated he had walked around the house, but that was it. Police found no damage to the property.
Monday, Nov. 4
Arrest: At 9:55, police stopped a car for speed on Temple Road. Police arrested the driver, Alyssa Wamsely of New Ipswich, on outstanding warrants and additionally charged her with driving after suspension of both license and registration. Wamsely was released after paying two $500 cash bails for outstanding warrants and issued court dates of Nov. 26 at the District Court Manchester and Nov. 26 at the District Court, Nashua. She was also given a $1,000 personal recognizance bail and issued a court date of Dec. 3 at the 8th Circuit Court, Jaffrey, for the New Ipswich charges.