Hudson - Litchfield News 8 - July 2, 2010
Weather from St. Francis School’s Fourth Grade
submitted by Daniel Israel and Corinne Robinson The weather for April was as follows: The maximum temperature
was 91 degrees. The minimum temperature was 30 degrees. The highest wind gust was 23 mph. The rainfall for the month was about 67 inches! Overall, it was a wet and unpredictable month! The weather in May was as follows: The maximum temperature was 97 degrees. The minimum temperature was 29 degrees. The highest wind gust was 26 mph. The rainfall for the month was about 19 inches! A lot less than in April! The weather for June so far has varied from hot to cool to rainy! What will the summer bring? Let’s hope hot, sunny days with low humidity!
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Donald Algeo of Litchfield is serving as Battalion Surgeon with the U.S. Army 3rd Infantry Division in Iraq. Prior to this deployment, LTC Algeo served with the 7th Group Special Forces in Afghanistan, and the 101st Infantry at Fort Campbell, KY. The Litchfield paratrooper is a certified flight surgeon and Naval Dive Medical Officer. Lieutenant Colonel Algeo graduated in 1983 from Alvirne High School. He went on to graduate from the University of New
England Medical School in Biddeford, ME. His wife, Kristie, and their three children, Ashley, Samuel, and Michael, live in the Fort Bragg, NC, area. LTC Algeo is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Algeo of Litchfield.
Driver Flees on Foot after Crashing into Tree,
Apprehended and Charged
submitted by Hudson Police Department On Monday, June 28, at approximately 11:15 p.m., Hudson police responded to Griffin Road for the report of a single-vehicle accident into a tree. Upon arrival to the scene, officers realized that the driver of the vehicle fled on foot and could be heard running through the thick brush in the area. Master Patrol Officer James Connor responded to the scene with Police K-9 Turco, and began a track of the suspect with the assistance of Officer Daniel Conley. Approximately 200 yards into the woods, the lone occupant and driver of the vehicle was apprehended. He was subsequently identified as Chad Sweeney, 32, of Pelham. Sweeney was not injured during the accident. Sweeney was arrested at the scene and charged with Driving While Intoxicated (second offense), Conduct After an Accident, Driving after Suspension (second offense), and Possession of a Controlled Drug. He was later released on $3,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear for arraignment at the Nashua District Court on July 15.
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submitted by John E. Cantara David Ouellette, a member and Past Commander of Pelham Post 10722 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, was elected State Commander of the Department of New Hampshire VFW at the state convention held recently in Gorham. Ouellette replaces Ron Miller from Hudson Post 5791, who served for the past year.
A member of the VFW for over 20 years, Ouellette has served in several local and state offices in the VFW and the Military Order of the Cootie, the honor degree of the VFW.
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Outgoing State Commander Ron Miller presents the gavel to incoming State Commander Dave Ouellette Hudson Police Arrest Subjects in Massachusetts Home Invasion Incident
submitted by Hudson Police Department On Thursday, June 24, the Hudson Police Department arrested James Trebby, 24, of Hudson on a felony arrest warrant for a home invasion that occurred in Methuen, MA. Based on an investigation conducted by the Hudson Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division, Jeffrey Lavoie, 24, also of Hudson, was also arrested for his connection to the home invasion. During the investigation, members of the Hudson Police Department executed search warrants for
both Trebby and Lavoie’s residence, including Trebby’s motor vehicle that was alleged to have been used as a getaway vehicle during the home invasion in Methuen. Evidence seized from the search warrants led to the recovery of stolen property from a previous Hudson burglary. Arrest warrants will be forthcoming for both Trebby and Lavoie for their alleged involvement in several burglaries in the town of Hudson. Trebby has since been extradited back to Massachusetts to answer for the charge of Home Invasion, and Lavoie is being held without bail on a Fugitive from Justice charge, pending extradition to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Hudson Rep Attends Economic Meeting submitted by House Republican Office State Representative
Andy Renzullo (R-Hudson, Litchfield, Pelham) recently represented New Hampshire House Republicans at the 2010 GOPAC State and Local Summit held June 17-19 in Pittsburgh, PA. This important summit focused on educating and assisting leading Republican
state legislators from across the country on “Conservative Solutions for Growing Our Economy.” Founded in 1979, GOPAC is the Republican Party’s preeminent training and election center for state and local candidates.
State legislative leaders from throughout the country attended the conference, including Florida’s House Speaker Designate, Arizona’s Senate Majority Leader, Minnesota’s Senate Majority Leader, and the House Majority Leader from Kansas, as well as House and Senate minority leaders, senior senators, and representatives from throughout the 50 states. Along with Renzullo, who serves as the New Hampshire House Deputy Whip, the Granite State was also represented by Senate Republican Leader Peter Bragdon (R-Milford). The conference highlighted the economic conditions,
which either hinder or foster growth in high-tax versus low-tax states. “The numbers don’t lie. Out-of-control spending brings higher and higher taxes, which, in turn, creates a depressed economic climate,” observed Renzullo. “States need to control spending, lower taxes, and then get out of the way and let our small businesses grow our economy as they always have.”
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