CONCORD, NH — Peter Allen Martell, born 1988, of Concord, was subpoenaed at 4:55 p.m. on November 21, 2022 for criminal mischief following an incident at Cumberland Farms on Manchester Street.
Jerod Brining, 34, of Concord, was arrested at 2:54 p.m. on November 21 after an incident at the Lun Hing Motel on Fisherville Road with a warrant and warrant. He was charged with failing to appear at an Oct. 19 disposition conference hearing in Belknap County Superior Court on a charge of stealing a July Laconia felony.
Jessica M. Polito, born 1989, of Concord was arrested on a warrant at the Merrimack County House of Corrections in Boscawen at 12:40 p.m. on November 21. She was summoned again at 3:34 p.m. for theft of services, less than $1,000, following an incident at the Hollywood Salon on Loudon Road.
Gale A. Fligg, born 1959, of Concord, was subpoenaed on November 21 at 9:30 am on a littering charge; Penalty on Newton Avenue.
Abraham Allan Sanborn, 41, a homeless man now in Concord, was arrested at 12:41 am on October 8 on a warrant and a bank warrant, along with criminal trespassing, resisting arrest and charges of drug possession. An officer was at the Irving gas station on Fisherville Road as part of an increased patrol of stores since the 7-Eleven robbery on Fisherville Road. According to an affidavit, the officer saw a man in the store looking at the cruiser and then looking away several times. The officer went into the store and spoke to the man, Sanborn, whom he knew from previous booking photos, and a woman. The officer returned to his squad car, conducted an inspection and found that Sanborn had an active warrant for a criminal trespassing charge, a bank warrant for a criminal trespassing charge from the Concord District Court, and a no-bail warrant, the report said. When the officer returned to the store, Sanborn was charged with escaping and crossing the forest in a “full dash.” The officer chased Sanborn and told him to stop, but he refused, the affidavit said. In the Mayflower Road area, Abraham was found in the woods but refused to come out, the report said. Reinforcements arrived, and the officer told him that if he didn’t come out, a K-9 would be called and he could be bitten. “Okay, I’m coming out,” Sanborn reportedly said. He was taken to the county and there, the prison later told police, he was charged with fentanyl heroin. The drug crime charge was later added to Sanborn’s indictment.
Christopher M. Forsey, born 1992, of Webster, was arrested at 12:46 am on October 8 for driving after revocation or suspension and suspension of vehicle registration fees following an incident on North State Street.
Jack Fortier Mason, born 2000, of Baring, Maine, was arrested at 3:20 p.m.
Omar Hutchinson, 30, a homeless man now in Concord, was arrested at 6:26pm on October 7 on a bank warrant and criminal trespassing charges following an incident at the Friendly Kitchen on South Commercial Street.
Sean P. Lambert, 30, a homeless man now in Concord, was charged at 2:26 pm on Oct. 7 with possession of a controlled drug and receiving stolen property, more than $1,501, both felonies , as well as a breach of bail. Officers inspecting homeless encampments near Loudon Road and Route 106 stumbled upon Lambert and accused him of holding a glass pipe used to smoke methamphetamine to his mouth and exhaling smoke. Noticing the officers, “he lowered the pipe to the ground,” the report said. After confirming it was a whistle, he was arrested. During the prosecution, police charged Lambert with possessing a woman’s wallet containing five bank and flexible debit cards and eight checks belonging to a woman and her ex-husband. Police questioned him about the wallet, and Lambert said he found it on the floor under the Legislative Parking Garage about 30 minutes before police arrived at the camp. He was also accused of admitting to smoking meth residue out of the pipe. Because he was out on bail at the time, having been arrested 15 hours earlier on a drug charge, Lambert was also charged with misconduct. He was arraigned on November 8 and is scheduled to return to Merrimack County Superior Court for a disposition conference on March 10, 2023.
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