Hudson - Litchfield News
April 23, 2010 - 11
PUBLIC NOTICES Stolen Gun Brandished at Skate Park
Town of Hudson
Order to Repair or Remove Hazardous Building
Pursuant to N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. Chapter 155-B, notice is hereby given that the building(s) located at 28 Library Street in the Town of Hudson, County of Hillsborough, and State of New Hampshire (“Property”), or portions thereof, on account of inadequate maintenance, dilapidation, physical damage, unsanitary condition, or abandonment, constitute(s) a fire hazard and/or a hazard to the public safety or health. The grounds therefore are as follows:
The roof of the attached building to the south side of the main house has collapsed and the exterior walls are collapsing as a result thereof. The attached building and main house appear to be abandoned and are not secured against unauthorized entry. The grounds are littered with junk and debris. A gas leak was detected and repaired by National Grid on April 19, 2009. At that time, the Hudson Fire Department found numerous pots of what was believed to be human waste.
By Order of the Board of Selectmen for the Town of Hudson, County of Hillsborough, State of New Hampshire, parties affected are hereby instructed to immediately contact William A. Oleksak, Code Enforcement Officer, for purposes of scheduling an inspection of the Property and obtaining the necessary building and/or demolition permits to correct the hazardous condition(s) of said building(s), or to raise and remove the same. Mr. Oleksak may be reached by telephone at (603) 886-6005 to schedule an inspection, or you may schedule an inspection in person at the Community Development Department, 12 School Street, Hudson, New Hampshire 03051, during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Parties affected have the right to file an Answer to this Order with the Nashua District Court, 25 Walnut Street, P.O. Box 310, Nashua, New Hampshire 03061. Any Answer must be filed within 20 days of receipt of this Order. A copy of the Answer must be served on the Town of Hudson in the same manner provided for service in a civil action, specifically denying such facts in the Order as may be disputed.
Unless corrective action is taken or an Answer is filed with the Nashua District Court, failure to comply with this Order within thirty (30) days of the date of this Order shall result in a motion for summary enforcement being filed with the Nashua District Court. Any costs, including costs of repairs, razing or removal, attorney fees, and expenses incurred in bringing the Property into compliance shall be enforced as a lien against the Property and shall be levied and collected in the same manner as tax liens as provided in N.H. Rev. Stat. Ann. Chapter 80.
Dated: March 23, 2010
Town of Hudson Board of Selectman By: Roger E. Coutu, Chairman
submitted by Hudson Police Department
On April 8 at 4 p.m., members of the Hudson Police Department began responding to the Hudson Skate Park located at the intersection of Melendy Road and Central Street. It was reported a vehicle had driven past the Skate Park and the front-seat male passenger displayed a handgun. While responding to the area, Officer Cassandra Dabilis observed the suspect vehicle driving near the Skate Park and initiated a traffic stop. Officer Steven McElhinney then responded to assist Officer Dabilis. The driver of the
vehicle was identified as Patrick Philbrick, 20, of Tyngsborough,
at this time that the handgun was loaded. Mercier then pointed the handgun at two juvenile subjects before Philbrick fled the area. A short time later, Philbrick drove past the Skate Park and Mercier displayed the handgun so it was visible to a witness in the area. The officers also learned the handgun used by Mercier was reported stolen from a residence in Nashua. The theft of the handgun is being investigated by the Nashua Police Department. Subsequently,
MA, and the front-seat male passenger was identified as Matthew Mercier, 17, of Lowell, MA. Also in the vehicle were two juvenile females. During the traffic stop, a 9mm handgun was recovered from the vehicle. The investigation continued and it
revealed that Philbrick drove into the parking lot of the Skate Park while Mercier remained in the vehicle. It is alleged
Mercier was arrested and charged with two counts of Class B Felony Criminal Threatening, two counts of Class B Felony Reckless Conduct, and one count of Class A Felony
Receiving Stolen Property. Mercier was held on $7,500 cash or surety bail, and was scheduled for arraignment at the Nashua District Court on April 9. Philbrick was arrested and charged with one count of Class B Felony Criminal Liability for the Conduct of Another. Philbrick was released on $2,500 surety bail, and will be arraigned at Nashua District Court on April 22.
Cause of Rollover Crash under Investigation
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submitted by Hudson Police Department
On April 9 at approximately 11:21 p.m., the Hudson Police and Fire Departments responded to a single rollover on Robinson Road about 500 feet south of Stoney Lane. Upon arrival, it was determined that a 1998 Volkswagen Jetta was traveling south on Robinson Road when it veered off the road to the right. The vehicle went into a medium- sized ravine and rolled over. It came to a final rest on its roof. The vehicle was driven by Laura Ramires, 19, of Nashua. The vehicle was also occupied by Pablo Sanchez, 19, of Hudson. Sanchez had been seated in the front passenger seat at the time of the collision. Ramires had been seatbelted at the time, while Sanchez was not. Both occupants were able to safely exit the vehicle. They were attended to on-scene by members of the Hudson Fire Department. Both declined any further treatment. The cause of the crash is still under investigation; however, impairment has been ruled out. The vehicle sustained heavy damage and was towed from the scene.
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Duo Arrested for Theft of Manhole Covers
submitted by Hudson Police Department
At approximately 11:30 a.m. on April 8, Hudson police officers responded to the area of Musquash Road for a report of two individuals trying to steal manhole covers off of the street. Officers stopped the suspect vehicle on Dracut Road and after a brief investigation, arrested Peter Lachapelle, 37, of Nashua, and Sarah McCormack, 27, of Derry for one count of felony Theft of Town Property and four
misdemeanor counts of Reckless Conduct. Four sewer grates were found in Lachapelle’s and McCormack’s possession at the time of their arrest. Bail was set at $3,500 cash/surety on both. Both were scheduled for arraignment on April 9 at Nashua District Court.
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who helped raise her. Linda was the wife of
Linda Drinkwater, 51, of Hudson, died April 14, 2010, at the Merrimack Valley Hospice House in Haverhill, MA, following a lengthy and courageous battle with cancer. She was born October 8, 1958, in Everett, MA, daughter of Lillian (Batchelder) Richards of Hudson and the late Richard Farrell who died in 1967. She was also predeceased by her stepfather, Edmund Richards,
Richard Drinkwater of Hudson. Linda was a paraprofessional at Nottingham West School in Hudson and was previously a paraprofessional at Library Street School, also in Hudson. She enjoyed gardening, crafting, and traveling to the beach. She will be remembered as a loving, caring, and devoted mother and wife.
Besides her loving husband and mother, survivors include three sons, Christopher Drinkwater, Corey Drinkwater, and Casey Drinkwater, all of Hudson; two sisters, Jackie Canelas and her husband Brian of Easton, and Patti Barry and her husband John of Hudson; her mother-in-law, Irene Harper of Wilmington, NC; a brother-in-law, Robert
Drinkwater of Middleboro; two sisters-in-law, Suzanne Morrison and her husband Robert of Billerica, MA, and Nancy Haradon and her husband Robert, of Wilmington, NC; as well as several nieces, nephews, cousins and many dear friends. Services were held last week
in the Dumont-Sullivan Funeral Home in Hudson, Blessed John XXIII Parish, St. John the Evangelist Church in Hudson, and St. Patrick Cemetery in Hudson. The family requests donations be made in Linda’s loving memory to Home Health Foundation Family of Agencies, 360 Merrimack St., Bldg. 9, Entrance I, Lawrence, MA 01843. To send an online message of condolence, please visit www.dumontsullivan.com.
I wish I could change the hands of time To reveal your smiling face To feel the strong security Within your firm embrace.
I wish I could change the hands of time To the days you would laugh and tease Instead time leaves heartache and emptiness That never seems to cease.
I’d like to be hiking or biking with you To be swimming with you in the pool
Then the memories fade and despair returns Why is life so cruel?
Oh I wish I could change the hands of time And stop that tragic day
Your smile, your laughter, and touch would return And the pain would melt away.
Ten years have passed since 4/22/00 Still feels like yesterday …
We love you and miss you sooo much Justin
Love, Mom, Dad, Jessica, Adam, and Cohen
copyright © 1997 Linda Duquette
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