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submitted by Hudson Police Department On October
approximately 10 a.m. the Hudson Police Department Detective Division, Rockingham County Narcotics Task Force, and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration concluded a several month long investigation into the illegal distribution of narcotic drugs within the Town of Hudson. The investigation lead to the arrests
of two individuals who were trafficking narcotics. Both individuals were arrested in the area of 76 Lowell Road, Hudson, during an undercover operation. The individuals were identified as Alexander Samaras, 66, of Hudson, and Lisa Grochmal, 47, of Nashua.
Three Arrested in Hudson Drug Sweep
Samaras was arrested on a Hudson Police Department arrest warrant, charging him with two counts of
Distribution of Narcotics and two counts of Conspiracy to Commit Distribution of Narcotics. Grochmal was also arrested on a Hudson Police Department Arrest Warrant for Sales of a Narcotic Drug. While Grochmal and Samaras were being arrested a Search Warrant was simultaneously being executed at Samaras’s house.
Lisa Grochmal At approximately 7:20 p.m. in
furtherance of this investigation the Hudson Police Department, Rockingham County Narcotics Task Force and DEA arrested Scott Olson, 42, of Dracut, MA.
Olson was charged with Conspiracy to Commit the Distribution of a Narcotic Drug.
bail was set at $50,000 cash/surety. Grochmal bail was set at $25,000 cash/ surety, and Olson’s bail was set at $10,000 cash/surety. Both Samaras and Olson were released on bail and will be arraigned on November 3. Grochmal was scheduled to be arraigned on October 18 at the 9th Circuit Court, Nashua Division as she was unable to make bail. The investigation also resulted in the seizure of three motor vehicles, approximately $7,000 in cash, as well as over $100,000 in additional assets.
Alexander Samaras Police Cruiser and Car Crash During Chase
submitted by Hudson Police Department On October 13 at approximately 7:30 p.m. a motor vehicle crash occurred on Pelham Road near Melendy Road in Hudson. The crash was between a Hudson Police cruiser and a Ford Fusion. The police cruiser driven by Officer Roger Lamarche was attempting to catch up to a pickup truck that had driven through a crash scene up the road, against the orders of officers controlling traffic at that scene. While rounding a curve near Melendy Road the cruiser collided head on with the Ford. The Ford was driven by Cynthia Tomaswick, 48, of Hudson. Also in the Ford was Tomaswick’s teenage son. Both of the Tomaswicks received non-life threatening injuries and were transported to Southern New Hampshire
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submitted by Hudson Police Department Hudson Police are currently looking for the
public’s assistance in identifying the suspects in a theft case from Wal-Mart in Hudson. Any help
the public can offer would be greatly appreciated. The contact officer in this case is Officer Chris Manni.
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submitted by New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services The State of New Hampshire is partnering with the United States Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), substance abuse industry and poison prevention organizations to promote proper storage and disposal of medicine in the home. The health of many New Hampshire’s citizens benefit from the appropriate use of over- the-counter and prescription drugs. However, when drugs are not stored safely, diverted to unauthorized users or disposed of in an improper manner, serious problems such as drug abuse, accidental drug poisoning and/or contamination of the State’s water resources can occur. The number of deaths caused by drug use has quadrupled over the last fifteen years in New Hampshire. Ongoing research has identified the occurrence of pharmaceuticals in water resources in some areas of the nation and are suspected to have caused adverse impacts to aquatic life in certain water bodies.
DEA in conjunction with state and local law
enforcement agencies throughout the United States conducted National Prescription Drug
Take Back Days on Saturday, September 25, 2010 and April 25. Nearly, 4,000 state and local law enforcement agencies throughout the nation participated in these events, collecting more than 309 tons of pills.
On October 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. many of New Hampshire’s law enforcement agencies and the DEA will give the public another opportunity to prevent pollution or pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.
Collection sites will be posted on www.dea.gov
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Medical Center in Nashua. Officer Lamarche also received non- life threatening injuries and was transported to the Southern New Hampshire Medical Center as well. The New Hampshire State Police are investigating the crash.
Anyone who witnessed the crash or was in the area of the crash scene who may have seen the truck Officer Lamarche was attempting to catch up to, are urged to call the Hudson Police Department’s Detective Division at 886-6011 with any information they may have. The truck is described as a single cab pickup, possibly brown or tan in color, sitting higher than normal as though it may be lifted. The truck was headed from the Pelham Road area either onto Lowell Road or Melendy Road.
Police Arrest Litchfield Man After Two Hour Standoff
On Monday, October 17, at approximately 6:30 p.m., Litchfield Police were dispatched for a reported domestic disturbance. Upon arrival, officers discovered a male on the front porch awaiting their arrival. The male, later identified as Michael Ban, 37, ran back into his residence and barricaded himself inside. After approximately
a two-hour standoff and with the assistance of the New Hampshire State Police, Bain was taken into custody and was being charged with Simple Assault and Criminal Threatening. Bain was scheduled for arraignment in Merrimack District Court on October 18.
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