LACONIA — Laconia police responded to 772 calls for service between noon on Aug. 24, and noon Wednesday.

Twenty-five people were arrested.

Corey Lounsbrough, 27, of 221 Franklin St., in Laconia, was charged with criminal mischief.

Caitlyn Stanley, 26, of 62 Anthony Drive, in Laconia, was charged with two counts of simple assault (domestic assault).

Jason R. Sabin, 35, a transient, was charged with criminal trespass, and arrested on two separate bench warrants.

Taylor M. Ford, 24, a transient, was arrested on a bench warrant.

David A. Paul, 51, of 95 Messer St., in Laconia, was arrested on a warrant.

Roland Gagne III, 22, of 55 Gilford Ave., Apt. F, in Laconia, was arrested on four bench warrants.

Chad Brooks, 21, of 20 Jewett St., Apt. 4, in Laconia, was arrested on two bench warrants.

Mindy L. Bolduc, 37, of 81 Pine St., Apt. 3, in Laconia, was arrested on a bench warrant.

Robert J. Witham, 18, of 230 White Mountain Road, in Tamworth, was arrested on a charge of violation of a restraining order.

Logan J. Caruso, 18, of 50 Merrimac St., in Laconia, was arrested on a charge of simple assault (domestic violence).

Scott P. Thompson, 44, of 187 Country Club Road, in Laconia, was arrested on a bench warrant.

Jacquelynn N. Erceg, 31, a transient, was arrested on a charge of criminal trespass.

Justin R. Washburn, 29, of 25 Baldwin St., Apt. 4, in Laconia, was arrested on a charge of resisting arrest, and was also arrested on a warrant.

Beverly J. Avery, 36, a transient, was arrested on a charge of driving a motor vehicle without a valid license.

Jeffrey Correa, 37, of 5 Gould Ave., in Meredith, was arrested on a warrant.

Philip Barber, 31, of 156 Lovell Lake Road, in Wakefield, was arrested on charges of violation of a protective order, breach of bail, and witness tampering.

Michael E. Dupuis, 60, of 100 New Salem St., in Laconia, was arrested on a charge of violation of a protective order.

Melanie L. Sweeney, 43, a transient, was arrested on three charges of simple assault, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct.

Joshua S. Ellsworth, 30, a transient, was arrested on a charge of receiving stolen property.

Grace C. Smith, 77, of 243 Gilford Ave., in Laconia, was arrested on a bench warrant.

Rodney A. Young, 53, of 399 Sandogarty Pond Road, in Northfield, was arrested on a charge of operating a motor vehicle after having been deemed an habitual offender, and a charge of disobeying an officer.

Philip R. Ford, 35, a transient, was arrested on a charge of driving after his license had been revoked/suspended (subsequent), and a charge of possession of a controlled drug.

Nicole M. Dellacroce, 45, of 13 Summer St., in Laconia, was arrested on a bench warrant.

Kristine Roux, 45, of P.O. Box 6902, Apt. 95, in Laconia, was arrested on charges of driving an unregistered vehicle, and driving after her license has been revoked/suspended (subsequent).

Hung Nguyen, 52, of 22 Strafford St., Apt. 401, in Laconia was arrested on a charge of aggravated felonious sexual assault (pattern sexual assault).

Other police activity included:

Police investigated accidents on Union Avenue, Cotton Hill and Frank Bean roads, South Main Street, Veterans Square, Sheridan Street, North Main Street, Lexington Drive, Union Avenue (near Summer Street), Union Avenue (near Clark Avenue), Elm Street (at Leavitt Park), Elm Street and Parade Road, Pleasant Street, and the McDonald’s parking lot.

Reports of 20 thefts were investigated.

Police responded to 32 disturbances, and eight incidents of people threatening to commit suicide.

Incidents of vandalism were reported on Gale Avenue, Gilford Avenue, Washington Street, the Downtown Parking Garage, Union Avenue and Pine Street.

Police also responded to 70 calls for service during the 24-hour period ending at noon on Thursday.

There was one arrest.

Richard C. Johnson, 42, of 10 Rowell St., in Laconia, was arrested on a charge of driving a motor vehicle after being deemed an habitual offender.

Police investigated traffic accidents on Belmont Road (near the Laconia Bypass), Meredith Center Road (near the Humane Society), Elm and Jefferson streets, Baldwin Street, Court Street and Beacon Street East.

Three reports of assault were investigated: Opechee Gardens Apartment, Landmark Inn, and the Isaiah Cafe on New Salem Street.

Officers investigated the report of a theft on Messer Street, a reported burglary on Dewey Street, and vandalism at Carey House at Union Avenue and Spring Street.

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