BELKNAP COUNTY — The following indictment were returned by a Belknap County Superior Court grand jury earlier this month.
Shauna Landry, 39 of Manchester was indicted for one count of being an accomplice to burglary after an investigation by the Tilton Police.
Monica Kemper, 31, of Laconia was indicted for one count of possession of methamphetamine.
Gary Sitka, 51, of Union Avenue was indicted for two counts of being a registered sex offender and failing to report to police his new address.
Heath Wilkins, 33, of Concord was indicted for one count of burglary and five counts of theft by unauthorized taking — firearms after an investigation by Gilmanton Police.
Joseph Coutu, 20, of Belmont was indicted for two counts of second degree assault — domestic violence, one count of witness tampering, and five counts of simple assault – domestic violence after an investigation by Laconia Police.
Thomas T. Chambers, of Belmont was indicted for one count of possession of methamphetamine and one count of possession of of a controlled drug and one count of possession of Buprenorphine.
Steven E. Moore, 33, of Groton was indicted for possession of heroin after an investigation by the Laconia Police.
Brian Moore, 35, of Plymouth was indicted for one count of robbery and one count of witness tampering after an investigation by the Laconia Police.
Nicholas Moore, 32, of Groton was indicted for one count of possession of heroin after and investigation by Laconia Police.
Benjamin Geddis, of Sanbornton was indicted by one count of operating a motor vehicle after being deemed an habitual offender after an investigation by Gilford Police.
Robert J. Saulinier, 42 of Alton was indicted for one count of possession of heroin and one count of possession of oxycodone with the intent to distribute it after an investigation by Belmont Police.
Leeann Duhamel, 28, of Laconia was indicted for possession of fentanyl after an investigation by Gilford Police.
Michael Grenier, 34, of Laconia was indicted for possession of heroin with the intent to distribute it.
Joshua Fox, 34, of Gilford was indicted for one count of possession of fentanyl.
Eric V Lanigan, 32, of Laconia was indicted for one count of possession of oxycodone and heroin.
Ashley Dupont, 33, of Laconia was indicted for one count of welfare fraud for failing to disclose that a man was a member of her household, meaning she didn't qualify for food stamps.
Michael Dupuis, 57, of Laconia was indicted for one count of simple assault for having unprivileged contact with a corrections officer after an investigation by the Belknap County Sheriff's Department.
Shawn Cochrane, 45, of Meredith was indicted for two counts of theft by deception and three counts of issuing bad checks after an investigation by Belmont Police.
Lee J. Shimeld, 38, of Northwood was indicted for one count of attempted burglary and one count of possession of burglary tools after an investigation by Tilton Police.
Skyler Farquharson, 22, of Laconia was indicted for one count of conspiracy to commit robbery and one count of accomplice to robbery.
Shauna Landry, 39, of Manchester was indicted for one count of accomplice to burglary after an investigation by Tilton Police.
Rabert F. Celata, 25, of Northfield was indicted for one count of conspiracy to commit possession of a controlled drug following an investigation by Belmont Police.
Jarod C. Leroux, of Laconia was indicted for one count of sale of methamphetamine.
Jeromy A. Woodey, 32, of Laconia was indicted for one count of burglary in the night time after an investigation by Gilmanton Police.
Ruben Rivera Sanchez, 42, of Laconia was indicted for one count of assault by prisoner after an investigation by the Belknap County Sheriff's Department.
Jack H. Lynch, 22, of Holderness was indicted for one count of possession of heroin after an investigation by Laconia Police.
Joshua J. Deboer, 30 of Laconia was indicted on one count of second degree assault, one count of simple assault — domestic violence, one count of obstructing the reporting of a crime- domestic violence and one count of endangering the welfare of a child.
Sean Andrus, 27, of Tilton was indicted for two counts of forgery.
Zachary Fry, 25, of Northfield was indicted for two counts of sale of a represented controlled drug after an investigation by Tilton Police.
Raime Shaw, 35, of Wolfeboro was indicted for one count of theft by unauthorized taking after an investigation by Tilton Police.
Jacob Sargent, 32, of New Hampton was indicted for one count of witness tampering, one count of simple assault-domestic violence and one count of simple assault.
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 April 2015 12:38
BELMONT — The Shaker Regional School District is hosting a well-known education author and consultant to facilitate a two-day community event to work with members of the community, staff and students to form a vision for the future of the district.
Bea McGarvey is a retired educator from Maine who spent 30 years teaching and administrating school districts and is a trained facilitator in education management and administration. She is the co-author of "Inevitable: Mass Customizing Learning", which addresses outdated practices in education and how to address them using the latest technology to customize learning for the individual student.
The event is two days and is on June 19 and June 20.
Business leaders, parents, teachers and residents of Belmont and Canterbury who are interested in learning more should go to www.SAU80.org for more information and complete a brief informational form.
For more information please call 267-9223 ext. 5300.
Additionally, the Shaker School Board is having a special meeting on April 23 at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria of the Canterbury Elementary School to review and discuss requests for quote for an outside agency to conduct a "culture" survey for the Shaker District.
The culture survey stems from statements made at annual town meeting by some residents and parents who said they were dissatisfied with the existing culture and administration of the district.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2015 11:53
Woman who offered alibi for alleged Opechee Park flasher now playing hard to get for both prosecution & defense
LACONIA — The registered sex offender who allegedly exposed himself on September 1, 2014 to some children at Opechee Park has filed a notice of alibi defense with the Belknap County Superior Court.
Daniel King, 52, who at the time was homeless but with a base in Concord, was charged with two counts of felony indecent exposure. He was arrested in Arkansas in December by U.S. Federal Marshals and extradited back to New Hampshire.
According to paperwork obtained from the court, shortly after his arrest, a woman contacted the Laconia Police and said she was with King all day on September 1, 2014 and they had ridden the Cog Railway at Mount Washington.
An officer from the LPD told the woman that he has video evidence showing that what she said was not true. The officer also told the woman that King was a sex offender who had been convicted of an offense against a 6-year-old.
The woman providing the alibi was then given an opportunity to come to the Police Department and make a statement but she declined and, police say, never provided any more information.
When she was contacted by an investigator working with the Public Defenders Office, she also declined to be interviewed.
King also argues that the video police have shows a man matching his general description but it is not of the quality that a positive identification can be made. His defense team also claims that four witnesses to the park incident were shown a photo lineup that included King and the four identified three different faces, including King, as the man in the park.
King is asking that the court order the woman who offered the alibi to be made available for a deposition.
"This way both sides will have an opportunity to question (name) under oath regarding where she was on September 1, 2014 and whether she was with Mr. King around 4:15 that afternoon," wrote his attorneys.
In addition, Concord Police Lt. Timothy O'Malley told The Daily Sun that his department would be moving forward with charges that he failed to register and change of address or check in with police as is part of his life-time sex offender registry orders.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2015 11:47
BELMONT — Police arrested a local man after an officer on routine patrol found him and his two children in a disabled Jeep last at 10:11 p.m. on April 11.
Lt. Rich Mann said he spotted Daniel Carroll, 27, in his vehicle, which was at a precarious angle on the breakdown lane of Route 106 and initially stopped to ask him if everything was okay and did he need a tow truck.
When Mann turned around, he drove over some debris in the middle of driving lane and realized it was part of Carroll's fender liner and part of his missing front driver's side tire — both of which were black and invisible to a driver.
After removing the debris, Mann made contact with Carroll, asked if he needed him to call a tow truck and noticed there were two young children in the back seat.
He said Carroll showed signs of intoxication and the Jeep has significant front end damage, allegedly from striking something.
Mann said Carroll couldn't remember what he hit and police couldn't find anything in the immediate area that appeared damaged in a crash.
A second police officer administered field sobriety tests and when Carroll failed, he was arrested immediately.
During a custody search of Carroll's person, police found some narcotics for which Carroll couldn't produce a prescription.
The children were released to a family member and Carroll was charged with one count of aggravated driving while intoxicated, subsequent offense, two counts of child endangerment, and one count of possession of a controlled drug.
Police are still investigating to try and determine what Carroll hit and where he hit it and additional charges could be forthcoming.
Last Updated on Friday, 17 April 2015 11:33
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