Hudson - Litchfield News June 10, 2011 - 5
Man Leads Police on Chase, Faces Felony Charges After Crash
by Andrea Ganley- Dannewitz A Salem man,
Scott Sullivan, Jr.
currently staying in Derry, faces several charges in two towns after leading a Hudson police officer in a chase that ended when the 2000 Mercury Mystique he was
operating smashed into
a tree. Scott Sullivan, Jr., 20, of Salem and Derry
fled from a Hudson police officer around 11:44 p.m. on Monday, June 6. Sullivan, who had two female passengers in the car with him, had crossed over the double line on Route 111 when a Hudson police officer tried to pull him over. Sullivan ignored the officer and accelerated to speeds over 60 mph. Hudson police Captain Carl Wagner said the officer had activated
his blue lights and sirens and eventually slowed down, hoping the vehicle he was in pursuit of would do the same. However, the vehicle kept going and turned right onto Sullivan Road and then a left onto Bridle Bridge Road, which leads into Windham. According to Captain Wagner, the vehicle did not slow down, but increased in speed. While Sullivan was operating the car recklessly, he failed to stop at a stop sign, failed to negotiate a left turn onto Mammoth Road, and struck a tree at the intersection of Mammoth Road and Bridle Bridge Road. At 11:50 p.m., Windham police
officers and fire rescue personnel were responding to the scene of the crash. All three occupants were trapped inside the vehicle. Since Sullivan was out of the vehicle, he was arrested by Windham police and charged with felony aggravated DWI and driving after being deemed a habitual offender. Hudson police also charged Sullivan with felony aggravated DWI, habitual offender, disobeying a police
officer, and a yellow line violation. Sullivan was not injured in the crash. The two female passengers in the vehicle
were Tara Star, 20, of Salem, and Brittanie Budd, 19, of Lynn, MA. Both young women were taken to local hospitals for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. Both females were treated and released. Police in Windham turned Sullivan over
to Hudson police and he was arraigned via video at Nashua District Court on the Hudson charges. He was held on $5,000 cash/surety bail. Currently, the crash is being investigated by Windham Police Department and the Salem Police Department’s technical accident reconstruction (TAR) team. Police believe that alcohol in addition to speed were factors in the crash. The posted speed limit on Bridle Bridge Road is 30 mph. Sullivan has an extensive criminal history drawn by Sarah Pacheco
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in the Salem area and was recently charged with a slew of charges out of Salem District Court resulting from a variety of incidents.
Burglary Suspect Arrested by U.S. Marshals send us
submitted by Hudson Police Department On May 8 at
approximately 6:30 a.m. Hudson police responded to Ayotte’s Market for a burglary. The first responding officers search the building; however, the suspects had
already fled the scene. The Hudson Police Department Crime
Scene Unit was activated, and responded and processed the scene for evidence. Hudson Police Detectives were also notified and responded to the scene to assist with the investigation. On June 2, the Hudson Police
Department obtained an arrest warrant for William McNeill, 46, of Haverhill, MA, charging him with a Burglary, a Class B Felony, and Theft from a Building, a Class A Felony. On June 3, the Hudson Police
Detective Division notified the United States Marshals Fugitive Task Force Division to assist the Hudson Police in
locating McNeill. On June 6, the United States Marshals
informed the Hudson Police Department they had located McNeill, who was found hiding inside a residence in Hampstead. McNeill was subsequently arrested and turned over to the Hudson Police Department. McNeill was held without bail, and
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was scheduled to be arraigned in Nashua District Court on June 7. The Detective Division will continue to investigate this incident, as we are still attempting to identify additional suspects.
If you see young wild turkey broods in New Hampshire this spring and summer, the NH Fish and Game Department would like to hear about them. Fish and Game has created a new, Web- based turkey brood survey and is inviting the public to report their sightings during June, July, and August at www.wildnh.com/
turkeybroodsurvey. Young turkeys are extremely sensitive to cool temperatures
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and rain, both as a result of its impact on their health, but also because it adversely impacts insect populations that are a critical source of nutrition for young turkeys. Since spring weather is highly variable, survival of the annual hatch of wild turkeys is also highly variable. Turkey populations depend on a large annual influx of young turkeys to sustain themselves over time. Thus, the number of young turkeys that survive to be “recruited” into the fall population is of great interest to turkey managers. Fish and Game is counting on citizen participation to get as
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much data as possible through this important survey. The survey will close on August 31.
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Resident Discharges Firearm in Backyard, Neighbors in Close Proximity
submitted by Hudson Police Department On June 3 at approximately 5 p.m.,
members of the Hudson Police Department responded to the area of 217 Webster Street
for the report of a male subject discharging a firearm in the backyard of the residence. Upon arrival, the officers made contact with several witnesses and determined that the male resident of 217B Webster Street had been in the backyard of his residence and discharged a firearm. At the time of the incident, there were several neighbors outside in their yards and in close proximity to 217B Webster Street. Upon arrival, officers attempted to make contact with the male resident of 217B Webster Street; however, he refused to speak with the officers or exit his house. Members of the Hudson Police
Department then set up a perimeter around 217B Webster Street, evacuated several nearby residents, and attempted to establish contact with the male subject. At approximately 6:10 p.m., the male subject exited his residence and was taken into custody without incident. The male subject was identified as Robert Drake, 49, of 217B Webster Street. Drake was subsequently charged with two counts of felony Reckless Conduct and two counts of Unauthorized Use of a Firearm. Drake was being held at the Hillsborough County House of Correction in Manchester on $5,000 cash or surety bail.
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Drake was scheduled for arraignment at Nashua District Court on June 6. Currently, the Hudson Police Department Criminal Investigation Division is conducting an investigation of the incident and applying for a search warrant on Drake’s residence.
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