Couple ‘going at it’ on hood of car arrested
| By Tony Schinella, Jul 26, 2019
| Patch – Just before 1 a.m. on Friday morning, a sergeant on patrol in Manchester, New Hampshire noticed two people on the hood of a parked vehicle.
The sergeant drove closer to confirm what she thought she was seeing.
When she approached the vehicle, she saw “(they) were engaged in lewd behavior.”
Local residents Allen Chandonnet, 47, and Cheryl Bucky, 48, were arrested without incident.
Each is charged with a single count of indecent exposure and lewdness.
Cops seek New Hampshire man accused of threatening Dunkin’ worker with dirty syringe
By Kimberly Houghton, Aug 6, 2019
New Hampshire Union Leader – Police are searching for a man accused of threatening a Dunkin’ employee with an infected syringe during a robbery Monday night at the coffee shop.
Police said Michael Farmer, 27, formerly of Milford, entered the store at 125 Route 101A around 8 p.m., placed an order and then showed the clerk a message on his phone that contained a threat indicating he possessed an infected syringe.
Farmer is accused of demanding all of the money from the cash register, police said in a statement.
After receiving about $200, Farmer then fled the store … Read more.
N.H. man charged with DWI twice in 4 hours
Aug 12. 2019 | Brentwood, N.H. (AP) — State police say they got a call about a car being driven erratically around 11:45 p.m. Sunday.
Troopers stopped the car and charged 36-year-old Kenny Nguyen with driving while intoxicated.
Shortly after Nguyen was released to his spouse around 3 a.m., police say he was spotted driving into a gas station parking lot. He was arrested again … Read more.
On the plus side, New Hampshire has the lowest reported rate of cervical cancer in the nation … read more.
N.H. Man Brings Shotgun To Gun Control Rally
By Kristina Rex, August 5, 2019
CONCORD, NH (CBS) – Hundreds of gun control supporters flocked to New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu’s office Monday afternoon to pressure him to sign three gun control bills headed to his desk into law.
The bills would change existing laws to increase background checks, implement a waiting period before acquiring a gun, and affect laws regarding firearms on school property.
At a press conference and rally prior to the walk to the Governor’s office, a man showed up carrying a shotgun.
Brennan Robinson told WBZ he brought the gun “in political protest.” The 21-year-old and his mother came to the rally to protest increased laws controlling guns in the state.
“What I would like to do is show the fact that a citizen in New Hampshire can open carry a weapon and it is within their rights to do so – and they shouldn’t because of a media hype about a mass shooting back down from their God-given constitutional rights that they are given as citizens,” he said.
Robinson said he was saddened by the mass shootings that killed 31 people in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio over the weekend.
“I really [wish] that I was there,” he said. “I would’ve shot the damn shooter. I would’ve tried to protect people and I would’ve taken action” … Read more.
Joelle Goldstein, May 30, 2019
People – A New Hampshire man is lucky to be in good health after an unexpected visitor crawled out of his iPad case.
When Roy Syvertson sat down in his living room to use his electronic device like usual, he discovered a bat nested between the cover and back of his iPad, WMUR 9 reported.
After getting bit and removing the bat from his home, Syvertson, 86, learned that the creature had rabies.
He is now sharing the story in hopes of educating others about the dangers of coming in contact with rabid animals.
“It was a good thing I didn’t decide to cuddle him a little,” he quipped to the outlet.
On that day, Syvertson said nothing seemed out of the ordinary until an hour later, when he went to close his iPad.
“I always do the same thing: I just open it up like that and flip it around, and then usually put it in between my legs,” the South Hampton native told the outlet, adding that he knew something was wrong when he felt something on his finger.
“It felt like a little bee sting,” he said of the sensation. “And I looked, and the bat was coming out of here.”
In an effort to keep the bat from flying around his home, Syvertson said he quickly pressed down on the cover, wedging the creature tightly between his iPad, and released it outdoors.
“I got up, still squeezing it — which I’m sure he wasn’t happy about — and I took him outside,” he recalled … Read more.
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