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New Ipswich Police Logs: June 27, 2013

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Saturday, June 1

Criminal mischief: At 10:30 a.m., an Ashby Road resident informed police that around 10:30 p.m. the previous night they had heard a loud bang, and that morning had found a small hole in the siding by a window, which appeared to be caused by a BB gun. The residents told police this happens about once a month.

Suspicious activity: At approximately 4 p.m., police received several calls complaining of a loud bang. Police spoke to several neighbors that stated it sounded like it came from the woods behind Main Street. Police went to the Main Street Cemetery and heard a resident shooting a small caliber gun. Police made contact with the resident, who said he had purchased an exploding target and did not realize that it was so loud. The resident told police he would stop shooting them.

Sunday, June 2

Animal control complaint: At 9:20 a.m., police were informed by a Binney Hill Road resident that a black dog with a bandana was staying around his house, and sleeping on his porch. The dog is not aggressive, but will not let anyone get close to it.

Motor vehicle accident: While driving on Turnpike Road, Stephen baker of Leominster, Mass., hit a low hanging wire, which damaged the passenger mirror of his 2004 Lincoln Town Car.

Animal control complaint: At 6:53 p.m., a Flinkstrom Road resident reported that her dog, a black/grayish chow, spaniel and Labrador mix, had been missing since the previous day when he ran off during the storm.

Animal control complaint: At 9:31 p.m., police responded to a report of an injured deer on Turnpike Road, and found a deer with a broken hind leg. Police put the deer down with a single duty round and removed the animal from the roadway.

Tuesday, June 4

Arrest: At 5:07 p.m., police responded to a call of criminal threatening on Smithville road, and made contact with two people in possession of weapons . Police found Shane Young, 22, of New Ipswich at the scene with a BB gun on the ground nearby, which had allegedly been used to threaten someone with. Police also found Shane’s brother, Chevis Young, 24, of New Ipswich at the scene. Chevis was carrying a .25 caliber handgun. Police arrested Shane Young and Chevis Young. Shane was charged with felony reckless conduct and criminal threatening. Shane was transported to Valley Street Jail in Manchester, and scheduled to be arraigned on June 5 at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey. Chevis was charged with criminal liability for the conduct of another. Chevis was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled for arraignment at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey on July 23.

Criminal trespass: At 10:13 p.m., police issued verbal warnings to two individuals loitering in the parking lot of the Town Library.

Friday, June 7

Suspicious activity: At 6:12 p.m., a Turnpike Road resident reported that at 2 a.m. that morning, her daughter, who lives next door in an in-law apartment, heard two male voices from her porch, and heard the screen door open and shut several times.

Saturday, June 8

Arrest: At 5:34 p.m., Deidre Coakley, 23, of Mason, was arrested on a warrant for simple assault. She was released on personal recognizance bail and given a court date of Aug. 20.

Monday, June 10

Assist: At 2:22 p.m., police assisted Souhegan Valley Ambulance Service for a call concerning a 40-year-old woman on Greenville Road who was having trouble breathing due to an allergic reaction to paprika. Police assisted and the woman was transported to Monadnock Community Hospital.

Road hazard: At 6:27 p.m., police responded in the area of 268 Main St. for a report of live wires lying across the road. When police arrived, they were informed by the New Ipswich Fire Department that that section of Main Street was closed and Public Service of New Hampshire was notified to respond. Police assisted with traffic until the line was repaired.

Tuesday, June 11

Arrest: At 6:57 p.m., police arrested Nathaniel Bennett, 19, of New Ipswich on an active warrant charging him with receiving stolen property. Bennett was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and given a court date of July 23 at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey.

Reckless driving: At 8 p.m., a resident called to advise police of vehicles squealing tires in the parking lot of the Lutheran Church on Goen Road. Police responded to the church but the vehicles were gone.

Wednesday, June 12

Animal control complaint: At 12 p.m., the State Board of Health reported that a Thayer Road resident is having issues with several stray cats on her property and needs assistance removing the animals. Police contacted the resident, who told police Jaffrey Kitty Rescue is assisting with the removal of the strays.

Animal control complaint: At 4:10 p.m., police were notified of a stray Beagle running on the road on Route 124. Police checked the area but were unable to locate the dog.

Lost property: At 9:20 p.m., a resident left a wallet at the door of the police station, which contained a New Hampshire driver’s license. Police contacted the owner of the wallet.

Thursday, June 13

Reckless driving: At 7:01 a.m., a resident reported witnessing a green GMC pickup truck, driven by a man in his 20s, hit the stop sign and street sign at the end of Thayer Road at approximately 5:45 a.m. that morning, and did not stop. Police notified the Road Agent of the damage.

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