Friday, December 14, 2012
Three NH police officers will head south to bring a terminally-ill child's holiday wish to life.
A young Virginia boy fighting a rare brain cancer and an inoperable tumor on his spinal cord has inspired countless police, fire and rescue agencies from all over the country to send their support to a family in need of good cheer this holiday season. Nathan Norman, 6, of Rustburg, Va., and his family are facing incredible hardship due to the fact that Norman has been given 18 months to live. Norman's one Christmas wish was to get as many cards, patches, letters and anything else with a first responder insignia as he can because officers, firefighters and EMTs are his heroes, and Norman has since received hundreds of packages from across the United States. Norman's struggles were particularly moving to two Hampton Police Department …
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Men from Salem and Stratham were among the individuals charged with alcohol or drug offenses.
A sobriety checkpoint organized by multiple law enforcement agencies over the weekend lead to many drunk driving arrests, according to information released by New Hampshire State Police Troop A. Lt. Gary Wood, the Troop A commander, said 12 arrests were made Friday night during a Route 1A checkpoint in Seabrook that screened 439 vehicles and was conducted with state police, the Hampton Police Department and the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office. The following individuals were charged Friday night: All subjects arrested were scheduled for arraignment in Hampton District Court. Wood said state police are "committed to using the Sobriety Checkpoint as a tool to deter, detect, and apprehend the impaired driver."
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Teens will be arraigned next week on alcohol charges.
Twenty-five young adults, including three from Salem, face a variety of underage drinking-related charges stemming from an illegal drinking party on Tuttle Avenue in Hampton last week. Hampton Police Lt. Dan Gidley said 25 individuals, ranging in age from 17 to 20 years old, all face at least a count of unlawful possession of alcohol for the 19 Tuttle Ave. party, which was reported as a loud party with disorderly conduct to police on Friday, Jan. 20, at 11:55 p.m. David Durant, 20, of Bristol, was also charged with facilitating the underage house party, while Stephen E. Ramette, 18, of Seabrook, was charged with resisting arrest or detention, said Gidley. The following individuals were only charged with unlawful possession of alcohol: …
Friday, October 28, 2011
Police have charged two women — one from Hampton, one from Salem — for selling sexual services at Hampton Beach.
Two women were charged earlier this month with prostitution at Hampton Beach after police allegedly found the duo advertising themselves online. Lt. Dan Gidley said details are limited because it's still an "ongoing investigation," although both Lauren J. Nardelia, 30, of Hampton, and Samatha Leigh, 22, of Salem, face prostitution charges stemming from an incident at about 11:21 p.m. on Oct. 14, according to a department arrest log. The log states the incident occured on B Street, although no further information was released. Gidley said he couldn't say much else about the case, although he did say his department received "several tips over the last few months" about "those kinds of services" being advertised in an unnamed Boston newspaper…