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Rindge Police Log: Nov. 29, 2013

Rindge

Tuesday, Nov. 19

Arrest: At 6 p.m., Daniel Caputi, 24, of Spencer, Mass., turned himself in on warrant charging him with willful concealment and fraudulent retail transaction. Caputi was released on $1000 personal recognizance and was issued a Dec. 11 court date at 8th District Court, Jaffrey.

Wednesday, Nov. 20

Theft: At 3 p.m., police responded to Walmart for a report of theft. Two women, Katilyn Reardon, 20, of Winchester, and Kelly Reardon, 23, of Jaffrey, were allegedly caught removing items from the store without paying for them. Both women were released on summonses to appear at 8th District Court, Jaffrey, on Dec. 11.

Arrest: At 9 p.m., police went to the Cheshire County House of Correction to arrest Denny Chicoine, 26, of Winchendon, Mass., who is there serving time on other charges. Chicoine was arrested on warrant, charging him with shoplifting in connection with an incident in April. Chicoine was issued a court date of Jan. 8 at 8th District Court, Jaffrey.

Thursday, Nov. 21

Arrest: At 12:40 a.m., officers responded to Franklin Pierce University for reports of an intoxicated student needing assistance. Alaina Orth, 19, of Springfield, Vt., was located and found to be uncooperative with police allegedly. After further investigation, police found that Orth had been involved in an altercation with her boyfriend and had a suspended driver’s license. Orth was arrested and charged with simple assault, domestic-violence related, operating after suspension of license and unlawful possession of alcohol. Orth was then transported to Cheshire County House of Correction for protective custody for alleged intoxication. She was released on the charges on $2,500 personal recognizance and was given a court date of Jan. 8 at 8th District Court, Jaffrey.

Theft: At 3 p.m., police responded to Walmart for a report of shoplifting. Colette Donnelly, 19, of Woodbury, Conn., had allegedly placed items in her purse and attempted to leave the store without paying for them. Donnelly was arrested and released on a must-appear summons for Dec. 11 at 8th District Court, Jaffrey.

Theft: At 4:30 p.m., police responded to Walmart for reports of shoplifting. Upon arrival, police found the two suspects had taken items and driven from the store in the southern direction on Route 202. The Winchendon, Mass., Police Department was notified. Two people shortly returned to the store to turn themselves in, and police arrested and charged Savannah Gosselin, 18, of Winchendon with willful concealment. Gosselin’s boyfriend was with her but was not charged. Gosselin was released on $1,000 personal recognizance and was issued a Dec. 11 court date at 8th District Court, Jaffrey.

Friday, Nov. 22

Car accident: At 2:05 a.m., police responded to a car off the road by Main Street. Chase Williams, 21, of Rindge was allegedly traveling in his 2004 F150 when he went off the roadway. No injuries were reported, and the truck was towed. Upon further investigation, police arrested and charged Williams with reckless operation and issued Williams a must-appear summons for Dec. 11 at 8th District Court, Jaffrey.

Car accident: At 8 a.m., police responded to a car accident on Old Jaffrey Road. The driver, 17-year-old Rindge resident, was traveling in his 1998 Saturn when he went off the road and struck a tree. The cause of the accident is thought to have been black ice. No injuries were reported, and the car was towed.

Saturday, Nov. 23

Intoxication: At 2:39 a.m., police responded to Franklin Pierce University for several unwanted intoxicated guests. Police located Ryan Ward, 18, of Forestdale, Mass., and David Langan, 18, of Hyannis, Mass., both of whom were allegedly intoxicated. Police arrested and charged Ward and Langan with unlawful internal possession, and both were released on $1,500 each and issued Jan. 8 court dates at 8th District Court, Jaffrey Ward and Langan were then transported to Cheshire County House of Corrections for protective custody.

Accident: At 10:52 a.m., police responded to a two-car accident on Route 119 by the Sunoco gas station. Jason Britt, 43, of Fitzwilliam was traveling in his 2005 Toyota Prius when 10 turkeys ran out in the road in front of his car. Britt slowed, and was allegedly rear-ended by a 2006 Chevy Malibu, driven by Richard Baker, 89, of Rindge. Baker failed to stop in time when he struck Britt. Both drivers were transported to Monadnock Community Hospital for minor injuries, and both vehicles were towed. No charges were filed.

Sunday, Nov. 24

Arrest: At 2:14 p.m., police stopped a car on Route 119 for speeding into the Shell station. Upon further investigation, police found someone was smoking marijuana in the car. The driver, Samantha Fournier, 18, of Winchendon, Mass., was arrested and charged with possession and transportation of controlled drug believed to be marijuana. Cassandra Enright, 21, of Winchendon, Mass., was also arrested and charged with possession of a controlled drug, believed to be marijuana. A juvenile was in the backseat of the car and was released to a parent. Fournier and Enright were both released on $1,000 personal recognizance each and were given Jan. 8 court dates at 8th District Court, Jaffrey.

Monday, Nov. 25

Car vs. deer: At 10:30 a.m., police responded to a car accident on Forestall Road. Ruth Jewell, 70, of Rindge was traveling south in her 2009 Toyota Corolla when a deer came out of the woods and ran into her car. The deer was killed instantly, but no other injuries were reported. The Toyota sustained heavy damage to the front of the car, but police reports did not indicate that it was towed.

Accident: At 2:10 p.m., police responded to Cathedral Road for a single-car crash. Beverly Salokangas, 58, of New Ipswich was traveling southbound in her 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee when she went to move her visor to block sun glare. According to Salokangas, she may have drifted when she adjusted her visor, causing the Jeep to overcorrect and go sideways off the road. The car was towed, but no injuries were reported and no charges were filed.

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