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ARRESTS: Police Bust Alleged Drunk Drivers

The following information was supplied by the Concord Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

  • Cassandra Turco, 18, of Bradford, was arrested on July 5, on a theft by unauthorized taking or transfer. She was arrested at 3:45 p.m. at on Loudon Road. Police allege that she stole four items valued at $31.43. The items were recovered, according to an arrest report. Personal recognizance bail was set at $1,000 and Turco is due in Sixth Circuit District Division court on Aug. 13.
  • Keri Ann Wallwork, 35, of Concord, was arrested on July 5, on a bench warrant. She was arrested at 4:20 p.m. on Longmeadow Drive. Personal recognizance bail was set at $500 and Wallwork had a court date on July 6.
  • , 37, of Concord, was arrested on July 5, on a default or breach of bail conditions. He was arrested at 10:55 a.m. at the on North Main Street. Fortin had a court date later that day.
  • Jesse Omara, 17, of Deerfield, was taken into protective custody on July 6, and charged with unlawful possession of alcohol. He was taken into custody at 12:45 a.m. at . Omara is due in Sixth Circuit District Division court on Aug. 6.
  • Matthew W. Barry, 26, of Center Barnstead, was arrested on July 6, on a driving while intoxicated charge. He was arrested at 1:38 a.m. at the intersection of Clinton and Harvard streets. Personal recognizance bail was set at $1,000. Barry is due in Sixth Circuit District Division Court on Aug. 13.
  • Sandra Anzalone, 34, of Franklin, was arrested at 2:45 a.m. on July 6, and charged with two counts of uttering a forged instrument, both felonies. Police alleged that she passed forged checks to acquire $500 worth of items at on Fort Eddy Road. The alleged victim was a man from Fitchburg, Mass., who is a family member. Personal recognizance bail was set at $10,000 and Anzalone is due in Sixth Circuit District Division court on Aug. 13.
  • , 61, of Amherst, was arrested at 10:53 a.m. on July 6, on a simple assault (personal weapons) charge. The charge stems from an alleged incident on July 3, against a female acquaintance from Concord. Personal recognizance bail was set at $250. St. Germain is due in Sixth Circuit District Division court on Aug. 13.
  • Jeffrey M. Brown, 29, of Hooksett, was arrested on July 6, and charged with driving while intoxicated, possession of controlled drugs, and possession of drugs. He was arrested at 11:54 p.m. outside of on South Main Street. Police allege that Brown was in possession of marijuana and a glass pipe with marijuana residue at the time of his arrest. Personal recognizance bail was set at $4,000. Brown is due in Sixth Circuit District Division Court on Aug. 13.
  • Jeremiah J. Alford, 29, of Littleton, was arrested on July 7, on a habitual offender charge. He was arrested at 12:10 a.m. on Loudon Road. Personal recognizance bail was set at $10,000. Barry is due in Sixth Circuit District Division Court on Aug. 20.
  • Corie M. Gibeau, 31, of Concord, was arrested on July 7, and charged with two counts of driving while intoxicated and one count of driving while intoxicated, second offense. He was arrested at 1:20 a.m. outside Merrimack Valley High School. Personal recognizance bail was set at $2,000. Gibeau is due in Sixth Circuit District Division Court on Aug. 13.
  • Kirby Alexander Griffith, 29, of Concord, was arrested on July 7, on a simple assault charge. He was arrested at 2 a.m. on Federal Street. Police allege that Griffith assaulted a Concord man who was a stranger to him. Griffith refused bail services and had a court date on July 9.
  • Joel Joseph Cormier, 37, of Laconia, was arrested on July 7, on a driving after revocation or suspension charge. He was arrested at 11:40 a.m. at the Durgin Block Garage just off the intersection of Warren and North Main streets. Personal recognizance bail was set at $2,000. Cormier is due in Sixth Circuit District Division Court on Aug. 13.
  • Martha S. Delong, 24, of Concord, was arrested at 2:22 p.m. on July 7, and charged with two counts of simple assault (one personal weapons; one other) and criminal mischief (vandalism), a felony. The charges stem from an incident at the intersection of North Main and Warren streets, and a second incident at the intersection of Park and North Main streets, reportedly involving a motor vehicle. The alleged victims in the case included Delong’s boyfriend, a Chichester man, and female friend of Delong’s, a Concord woman. Personal recognizance bail was set at $6,000. Boyle is due in Sixth Circuit District Division Court on Aug. 13.
  • Zachary R. Branco, 20, of Northwood, was arrested at 6 p.m. on July 7, on a theft charge. The charge stems from an alleged incident on May 7, at the Walmart on Loudon, where police allege that Branco stole a package of T-shirts and socks, valued at $20.96. Personal recognizance bail was set at $500. Branco is due in Sixth Circuit District Division Court on Aug. 13.
  • Robin M. Bill, 33, of Concord, was arrested on July 7, on a criminal liability for conduct of another charge. She was arrested at 7:25 p.m. at on Fort Eddy Road. Personal recognizance bail was set at $2,000. Bill is due in Sixth Circuit District Division court on Aug. 13.
  • , 27, of Concord, was arrested on July 7, on a theft charge, a felony. He was arrested at 7:25 p.m. at Hannaford on Fort Eddy Road. Police allege that Whitehouse stole a Shick Hydro 5 razor, a Hydro refill, after hours body wash, Twin Lab Creatine and Amino fuel, Natrol Acai Berry 1200, NB Ezchs American, and Oral-B Pulsar 35 med, all valued at $69.62. Personal recognizance bail was set at $5,000. Whitehouse is due in Sixth Circuit District Division court on Aug. 13.
  • Susan E. Langley, 51, of Hillsboro, was arrested on July 7, and charged with two counts of driving while intoxicated. She was arrested at 2:38 a.m. on Loudon Road. Personal recognizance bail was set at $1,000. Barry is due in Sixth Circuit District Division Court on Aug. 20.

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