Gilford Police Log, Sept. 22-23, 2017

Police on Sept. 22 charged Kevin R. Crutchfield, 21, of 115 King St., Boscawen, with criminal trespass.

Police charged Hanna N. O’Connor, 20, of 122 Tolman Road, Troy, and Brandon C. Carland, 19, of 264 Union St., Peterborough, with unlawful possession of alcohol.

Police charged Benjamin R. Cote, 27, of 50 Pine Hurst St., Concord, with simple assault resulting in bodily injury.

Police charged Mary Camacho, 28, of 732 Old Colchester Road, Uncasville, Connecticut, with operating a motor vehicle after revocation/suspension of her license.

Police on Sept. 23 arrested Kenneth E. Brunelle, 56, of 957 Laconia Road, Tilton, on a bench warrant.

Police charged a teenager with making a false report after receiving a call to an untimely death on Sept. 27. Because it involves a juvenile, police did not release the teen’s name.

Police charged Nichole Marston, 26, of 680 Whittier Highway, Moultonborough, with operating without a valid license.


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Gilford police log Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 2017

GILFORD — Police on Sept. 29 charged William Watson, 18, of 45 Quarry Road, Meredith, with operating a motor vehicle with a suspended or revoked license and transporting alcoholic beverages.

Police on Sept. 30 charged transients Jill R. Slack, 55, and Nathan Slack, 43, with criminal trespass after receiving a suspicious persons report from Kimball Road.

Police on Oct. 2 charged Caitlin E. Fillion, 28, of 250 Middle Route, Gilmanton, and Janelle A. Martinez, 45, of 36 Beaman St., Laconia, with theft by unauthorized taking.

Police charged Albert Douglas Lynch, 45, of 303 Old Lakeshore Road, Gilford, with operating a motor vehicle after being certified as a habitual offender.


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Mums for downtown

10 04 Downtown planting

Chei Riel and Miranda Bassett planted mums into one of the 64 barrel planters in downtown Laconia on Wednesday evening. Downtown merchants have been taking care of the planters, and raised $4,000 in private donations this year to pay for watering equipment. The mums, which will beautify downtown through the Pumpkin Festival next weekend, replaced the summer flowers that were in place through September. (Adam Drapcho/Laconia Daily Sun)

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