The Following is Fremont PD’s Activity for 08/12/2012 to 08/18/2012.
For Date: 08/12/2012-Sunday
- Police took a complaint of a vehicle driving recklessly on Route 107. Prior to the complaint coming in, the vehicle had already passed through Fremont, so the information was passed on to Kingston Police.
- Police responded for report of a basketball hoop in the middle of the roadway on Tibbetts Road. Police checked the area and discovered three youths at the end of the cul-de-sac using it to play basketball. The juveniles were in a safe area and not causing an issue for traffic and would certainly be able to move it if any vehicles were to travel through the area.
- Police, Rescue, and Ambulance personnel responded to a home on Country Lane for an elderly female with foot and head pain.
- Police took a report of a vehicle that was driving recklessly on Main Street and almost struck a guardrail. The vehicle was not located.
- Police took a report of a domestic disturbance at a home on Main Street. A neighbor reported they could hear yelling and what sounded like destruction of property going on. Officers spoke to both involved parties and determined that a verbal argument took place. The parties advised they could remain together for the night without any further problems.
- Police checked a vehicle parked on the side of Main Street in the area of Red Brook Road. The driver had just pulled over to send and receive a text.
- An Officer checked a vehicle parked along Martin Road. The driver had pulled over to watch a meteor shower.
For Date: 08/13/2012 - Monday
- Police checked a vehicle parked off the road on Whittier Drive, but not in close vicinity to a residence. The vehicle was secure, and not hindering traffic, so it was left for the time being.
- Police responded to a home on Copp Drive at the request of State Police. They had taken a report of a missing juvenile who was possibly on a date with a teenage resident of the home. Officers were able to make contact with the parties, and the juvenile contacted her parents on the phone.
- An Officer contacted the State Prison in reference to a subject involved in an ongoing investigation about Credit Card Fraud. The subject is currently on Parole, and the State Prison advised that he showed an address of Christopher Lane.
- Police conducted a VIN verification on a boat trailer for a subject at a business on Main Street.
- Officers assisted with traffic control for a funeral procession.
- Police conducted a VIN verification on a dump truck for a subject at a home on Main Street.
- Police conducted a follow-up investigation at a home on Whitman Drive in reference to a theft case.
- Officers conducted a VIN verification for a resident of Brentwood Road.
- Police conducted a civil stand-by at a residence on Main Street so that an ex-spouse could collect some belongings.
- Swampscott, Massachusetts Police Department sent a Restraining Order for service to a residence on Treaty Court. The homeowner reported that they had lived at the address for 6 years and did not know the involved party. Fremont Police advised Swampscott Police that the party could not be located here in town, and they indicated that they had another possible address in Rochester, N.H.
- Police, Rescue, and Ambulance personnel responded to a home on Country Lane for an elderly male having difficulty breathing. Raymond Ambulance transported him to Exeter Hospital.
For Date: 08/14/2012 - Tuesday
- Police stopped a vehicle for Erratic Operation, and Failure to Dim Headlights on Main Street. The driver advised that she was out looking for her 16 year old daughter who was missing and possibly at her boyfriend’s home on Main Street. The Officer checked the residence for the missing juvenile, but she was not there.
- An Officer located a party hitch hiking on Main Street in the area of Danville Road. She advised that she was attempting to get to work in Plaistow. The Officer gave her a courtesy ride to Danville.
- Raymond Police was requested to check an address on Long Hill Road in that town in reference to the missing juvenile from earlier. They were able to make contact with her and requested that she contact her mother.
- Police responded to a home on Main Street to perform a well-being check on a female resident. Her mother reported that they had been talking on the phone, and she asked her mother to “hold on”, and then never came back to the phone. The resident was located and was fine, and had just forgotten that she had been on the phone with her mother.
- An Officer conducted a VIN verification for a resident at a Christopher Lane home.
- Police responded to the area of Meetinghouse Road for a complaint of a barking dog. A single bark was heard while in the area, but it was not of a sustained nature that it rose to the level of needing police intervention.
- Police responded to a home on Main Street to attempt to locate a person for Hampton Falls Police. Upon arrival, the resident was already speaking to Hampton Falls Police on the phone.
- An Officer assisted Brentwood Police with a commercial burglar alarm activation at a business on South Road.
- Police took custody of a woodchuck captured by a resident of Red Brook Road. The animal was taken to a remote location and released.
- Police responded to assist Brentwood Police with a motor vehicle accident on Route 125.
For Date: 08/15/2012 - Wednesday
- Police responded to assist Brentwood Police with suspicious activity on South Road.
- Officers investigated an overnight burglary that occurred at the Fremont Pizzeria.
- Officers investigated an overnight burglary that occurred at Stillwell’s Ice Cream.
- Police responded to the area of Poplin Drive for a report of two vehicles driving recklessly. Officers made contact with a group of teenagers at a home on Meetinghouse Road, and they were counseled about their driving.
- Police, Rescue, and Ambulance personnel responded to a home on Main Street for a 56 year-old female having a seizure. Raymond Ambulance transported her to the hospital.
- Officers stopped a vehicle on Main Street in reference to a complaint of reckless driving and littering that occurred in Kingston. The driver’s information was passed on to Kingston Police.
- A resident of Main Street called to complain about a resident of the area who was shooting on his property on a regular basis. She was advised that the resident was shooting on his own property, and doing so in a safe and legal manner, so no police action was warranted.
- Police responded to the area of the Old Meetinghouse on Main Street for a report of a suspicious male walking in the area. The subject was not located.
For Date: 08/16/2012 - Thursday
- Officers responded to assist Epping Police with a possible burglary in progress at a business on Route 27.
- Police took a report of Criminal Mischief (Vandalism) to several street signs in the area of Kelsey Drive.
- An Officer assisted a local tree cutting service with traffic control as they cut a tree that was possibly going to fall onto the roadway on Leavitt Road.
- Police conducted a VIN verification on a boat trailer for a resident of Pulaski Drive.
- Police responded to Frost Lane for a report that a resident saw two subjects w/ flashlights near the construction equipment. The subjects walked toward Beede Hill Road, but were then picked up by a small vehicle and headed down Frost toward Spaulding. Officers located the subjects who had been "long-boarding" in the area when they lost their vehicle keys. They were using flashlights to attempt to find them.
- The Fire Chief reported a subject in dark clothing walking close to the roadway on Beede Hill. Police located the subject and he advised he was walking home from People's United Methodist because his ride forgot him. Officers transported him to his home in Epping.
For Date: 08/17/2012 - Friday
- Police located an unsecured door on a Main Street business. They checked the interior of the building and no problem was found.
- Fremont Police responded to a home on Main Street at the request of the Kingston Police. Kingston PD had located a vehicle with severe damage and a considerable amount of blood inside. Fremont Police made contact with the owners of the vehicle who advised that their son had the vehicle. While police were still investigating the scene of the accident in Kingston, the driver returned to his residence and was taken to the hospital by his mother.
- Police responded to the area of Robinson Court for a report of a fox that appeared very ill. The animal was located, and had to be dispatched due to its sickly state.
- Police and Ambulance personnel responded to the Colonial Poplin Nursing Home for an elderly patient with extremely low blood sugar.
- Police assisted with traffic control for a large funeral procession.
- An Officer responded to the area of Spruce Swamp in the area of the Rockingham Recreation Trail to assist Fish and Game officers with an investigation.
- Police took a report from a resident of Rowe Drive of a stolen bicycle.
- Officers responded to Midnight Sun Drive for a tree that had fallen into the roadway. The Road Agent was contacted, and responded to remove the tree.
- Police took a complaint from a passing motorist that another vehicle was driving recklessly. Upon questioning, it was determined that the infractions occurred in Raymond, so the complainants were referred to Raymond Police.
- Police took a report of a possible case of witness tampering in reference to an ongoing investigation. The involved party was contacted at his residence in Brentwood. He was warned that he was to have no further contact with the other parties involved in the case, or criminal charges would be brought.
- Police attempted to serve a restraining order to a resident of Main Street. The party was not home, but was served by Danville Police a short time later.
For Date: 08/18/2012 - Saturday
- Fremont Police assisted Sandown, Chester, and Hampstead Police with a report of a disturbance at a residence in Sandown.
- Fremont Officers responded to assist Kingston Police at a residence in that town. They had received a report of a female running around the woods acting confused and unusual. The female was located, and it was determined she was on her own property and had broken no laws.
- Police met with a resident in reference to Community Service that he had performed.
- Police, Rescue, and Ambulance personnel responded to a home on Main Street for an elderly female who was choking and having difficulty breathing. Raymond Ambulance personnel took her to the Hospital.
- Police responded to Bayside Distributing on Route 125 in Brentwood for a commercial burglar Alarm Activation. The building was secure, but the gate to empty keg storage area was un-secure.
Fremont Police also conducted various motor vehicle enforcement and administrative duties throughout the week.