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Police Log 10-16-09

Published: Friday, October 16, 2009

Updated: Wednesday, February 13, 2013 15:02


The following arrests were recorded from the University of New Hampshire Department of Police Adult Arrest/Summons Log for Oct. 4 to Oct. 11.

October 4

Christopher Cardarelli, 18, 10 Haskell Rd., Windham, N.H., unlawful intoxication, Fairchild Hall, 3:11 a.m.

October 5

Tracy Calzaretta, 18, 2 Walter St., Plainville, M.A., possession of drugs/conspiracy, Evergreen/E-Lot, 11:04 p.m.

Derek Burgess, 18, 396 South St., Plainville, M.A., possession of drugs/intent to deliver, Evergreen/E-Lot, 11:04 p.m.

October 7

Paul Sullivan, 19, 111 Brockton Ave., Haverhill, M.A., assault on law enforcement officer x4/resisting arrest/disorderly conduct/unlawful possession/protective custody, Whittemore, 10:23 p.m.

Kathleen C. Totzire, 19, P.O. Box 803, Bolton Landing, N.Y., unlawful intoxication/resisting arrest/protective custody, H-Lot, 10:30 p.m.

Joseph W. Gardiner, 19, 29 High Pasture Rd., Kittery Point, M.E., unlawful intoxication/protective custody, Whittemore, 10:08 p.m.

Chelsea Elizabeth Miles, 19, 22 Turkey Ridge Rd., Newmarket, N.H., unlawful possession of alcohol, A-Lot, 10:11 p.m.

Ross Randall, 19, 270 Pickerel Point Rd., Sanbornville, N.H., unlawful intoxication/protective custody, Lord Hall, 10:14 p.m.

Nicholas A. Villa, 20, 22 Pine Lane, Framingham, M.A., unlawful intoxication, Taylor Hall, 11:49 p.m.

Matthew O'Shaughnessy, 20, 37 Ticklefancy Lane, Salem, N.H., unlawful intoxication, Whittemore, 10:00 p.m.

Casper VanCoesant, 18, 6 Randall Farm Rd., North Conway, N.H., unlawful intoxication, Lord Hall, 9:13 p.m.

Sarah Carey, 17, 49 Oyster River Rd., Durham, N.H., unlawful possession of alcohol/protective custody, D-Lot, 7:42 p.m.

Kristina Cournoyer, 19, 7 Hemlock Rd., Kingston, N.H., unlawful possession, A-Lot, 7:55 p.m.

Jamie E. Flynn, 19, 15 Elizabeth Rd., Billerica, M.A., minor in possession/transportation of alcohol, A-Lot, 8:55 p.m.

Shawn F. Bryan, 19, 89 Brentwood Rd., Tewksbury, M.A., minor in possession, A-Lot, 8:55 p.m.

Kelsey Kiley, 18, 106 Prescott St., Redding, M.A., internal possession, Whittemore, 9:25 p.m.

Andrew J. Grant, 19, 6 Fir St., Londonderry, N.H., internal possession, Whittemore, 8:52 p.m.

Brendan Sweeney, 25, 20 Penn Ave., Lowell, M.A., open container, Edgewood, 8:19 p.m.

Alanna Mahoney, 17, 26 Ledgetree Rd., Medfield, M.A., internal possession, Z-Lot, 8:34 p.m.

Kelly O. Ryan, 20, 4 Dean Ave., Bow, N.H., internal possession, Whittemore, 8:44 p.m.

Kyle A. Reilly, 19, 227 Fox Hollow Way, Manchester, N.H., internal possession, Whittemore, 8:44 p.m.

Julia S. Bacon, 17, 56 Norwood Farms Rd., York, M.E., minor in possession of alcohol, A-Lot, 7:59 p.m.

Mackenzie Leander, 17, 16 Stonewall Way, Durham, N.H., illegal possession of alcohol, D-Lot, 7:42 p.m.

Michelle A. Mason, 17, 7 Tirvell Place, Durham, N.H., unlawful transport of alcohol, D-Lot, 7:45 p.m.

Hannah Lonstein, 17, 7 French Cross Rd., Madbury, N.H., protective custody/internal possession of alcohol,  D-Lot, 7:45 p.m.

October 8

Erik M. Poulin, 19, 10 Rolling Hill Rd., Hampstead, N.H., unlawful possession of alcohol, Lord Hall, 8:14 p.m.

David P. Bransfold, 20, 11 Range Heights Cir., Lynn, M.A., internal possession/protective custody, Whittemore, 10:03 p.m.

David Bibeau, 18, 3 Macfarland Rd., Salem, N.H., unlawful intoxication, Christensen Hall, 12:45 a.m.

October 9

Jeremy Patnaude, 18, 28 Andrews Lane, East Kingston, N.H., unlawful intoxication, Williamson Hall, 10:22 a.m.

Ryan Mahoney, 23, 269 Stonebridge Dr., Nashua, N.H., open container, B-Lot, 10:32 p.m.

Cory L. Woods, 19, 17 English Range Rd., Derry, N.H., unlawful possession, Jessie Doe Hall, 8:53 p.m.

Diana A. Spang, 20, 8 Brentwood Arc, Andover, M.A., unlawful transport, Garrison, 8:42 p.m.

Simeon D. Everett, 23, 144 Roysan St., Manchester, N.H., open container, B-Lot, 10:32 p.m.

Everett Smith, 20, 75 Meadowbrook Lane, Gilford, N.H., unlawful possession, Gables North, 10:28 p.m.

Zachary S. Camacho, 20, 50 Pheasant Lane, Middlesex, M.A., unlawful possession, Strafford Ave., 10:20 p.m.

Ryan J. Sivret, 18, 37 Laws Lane, Stow, M.A., unlawful possession, 9:31 p.m.

Kyle M. Conroy, 18, 20 Robinhood Dr., Londonderry, N.H., unlawful possession, B-Lot, 9:50 p.m.

Matthew C. Atwood, 18, 289 Still River Rd., Bolton, M.A., unlawful possession of alcohol, Gables Lot, 9:31 p.m.

Ian F. Tucke, 19, 30 Scribner Rd., Tyngsborough, M.A., unlawful possession of alcohol, Gables Lot, 9:31 p.m.

Michael J. Bennett, 19, 6 Blake Farm Rd., Derry, N.H., unlawful transport, Stillings, 8:45 p.m.

Misty Anderson, 18, 75 Scobie Pond Rd., Derry, N.H., unlawful possession of alcohol, Williamson Hall, 10:47 p.m.

Michael Roussel, 18, 93 Fieldstone, Londonderry, N.H., unlawful possession, B-Lot, 9:50 p.m.

Adam Boucher, 18, 11 Strawberry Bank Rd., Nashua, N.H., possession of drugs, Williamson Hall, 11:02 p.m.

Kyle McCormack, 19, 44 Derby Lane, Tyngsborough, M.A., unlawful possession, Gables Lot, 9:31 p.m.

Anthony S. Brancato, 20, P.O. Box 28 Intervale, N.H., unlawful possession, Alumni Center Lot, 8:53 p.m.

October 10

Pamela Woodland, 20, 12 Left Overlook Dr., Derry, N.H., unlawful possession of alcohol, Gables North, 12:35 a.m.

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11 comments

Pat Wagner
Mon Oct 25 2010 12:03
There's a big difference in the methods cops can use to enforce the law, though. I agree that any kid drunk enough to piss on 24 or to pass out downtown should be arrested if the cops see them doing so. But in the past couple years cops have in a way 'made news' - interrogating kids until they show cops the alcohol in their backpack (the kids are not obligated to do so), using undercover cops to 'bust' kids. These methods are just dumb and in my opinion - unethical and uneffective in treating our 'problem'. The true problem is the students. There is absolutely no comradery, no voice rising from among the students demonstrating rational behavior. The only voices heard are the administration and whoever is putting those advertisements in the dining hall claiming that 40% of students don't drink on weekends - you would think that people by now would realize that the abstinent message doesn't work. Basically, there needs to be a middle ground found between student ideology and the ideology of everyone else - administration, cops, the town. And until the students unite and propose a way of doing so, the latter group will have ALL the power.
Anonymous
Wed Oct 20 2010 13:38
"Where are all the people who assaulted or raped someone?" Well, I'd say that the police stopped at least one assault from happening from all these arrests. Drunks+attitude=fights. Take a look at some of the calls these cops go to...I bet any Thursday, Friday and Satruday night there are plenty of arguments/fights. And wow...I would guess that a majority of them involve people on drugs/alcohol. The cops can't be EVERYWHERE you know. The cops aren't too busy "wasting" their time. They are doing what they are paid to do: enforce the law. I mean really, how many rapes and serious assaults occur right in front of the cops? I would have to say not many! So stop complaining and let them do their job. It's a college town, people are going to be arrested.
Your name
Thu Jan 7 2010 21:09
I bet ]that a good 75% of UNH/Durham PD arrests are alcohol related. If you havent figured it out, you pretty much have to be a COMPLETE idiot to get yourself arrested (i.e.- doing really stupid things like fighting in public, stumbling/falling down drunk down Madbury Rd, Pissing on the front of Store 24). All the "major" incidents that you guys talk of that you think the cops should be dealing with are already being dealt with when these drunks are arrested. Most of the fights in town are alcohol related...therefore if you remove the drunks before they cause issues, you have less to worry about. The cops cant be everywhere at every minute, and they by law cannot ignore OBVIOUSLY intoxicated minors. It's called liability.
Your name
Wed Oct 21 2009 08:44
The constant arrests of underage drinkers at UNH is ridiculous. UNH police arrest some---dont arrest others---and ultimately it has no effect whatsoever. The amout of money and resources wasted on this should be considered an embarassment. Why not run some programs that might benefit someone? Apparently that is beyond this "Police" Departments vast array of talents!! If you keep doing what you have always done- you will keep getting what you have always gotten. Wake up UNH----its not working---why dont we use those creative minds and come up with another strategy?
@ba
Mon Oct 19 2009 14:48
I think that if the person who got into our hypothetical accident was underage, and was able to be drunk and get to their car because the UNH police started "looking the other way" in cases of unlawful possession/intoxication (as so many on these boards have said they should do), then yes it would be, in part, the police's fault. I agree that the onus of responsibility is on the driver in drunk driving accidents, but I expect the police to stop people who, unlike you, are not being personally responsible and are endangering themselves and others.
ba
Sun Oct 18 2009 20:43
Perspective,
Your "perspective" is exactly the problem, i.e. thinking it's someone else's responsibility to stop a person from driving drunk. If YOU get drunk and YOU climb into a car to drive somewhere, YOU are the problem, simple as that. I don't expect the police to make decisions for me because I understand personal responsibility. That you would think it is the fault of the police because a person drove drunk and got into an accident is beyond ludicrous.
Your name
Sun Oct 18 2009 18:58
Exceeding the speed limit is also against the law but every car does not get pulled over.
Perspective
Sun Oct 18 2009 14:17
You know, all it will take is for one drunk driving accident (or one where a drunk underage student gets hit by a car) for people to be asking "Why didn't the cops stop this person before it happened?" It happened a few years ago, and it will eventually happen again
Your name
Fri Oct 16 2009 20:43
where are all the people who have assaulted or raped someone? oh yeah, they're not on here because the cops were too busy arresting student for alcohol violations...good use of resources.
Anonymous
Fri Oct 16 2009 15:02
All I have to say is ..."Power Tripping Cops."
Your name
Fri Oct 16 2009 14:03
Looks like a new record.




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