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CRIME LOG: Teens Arrested for Boozing on Pleasant Street

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

  • Patrick Anthony Rerrie, 35, of Concord, was arrested at 7:30 p.m. on June 22, on a bench warrant. An officer at the intersection of North Main and Centre streets alleged that Rerrie, while in a 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier, made a right turn on red when the light said “no turn on red.” The car was pulled over and all three passengers were checked out. The front passenger, Rerrie, had a warrant out for his arrest from Concord District Court on June 7, for driving while intoxicated, nonpayment of fines. Rerrie was taken into custody and later, released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail. He was arraigned on June 24. The driver was issued a warning for traffic control device violation.
  • Trevor Jay George, 40, of Concord, was arrested at 7:38 p.m. on June 22, on three bench warrants. While parked at the Lun Hing Motel on Fisherville Road, an officer observed a vehicle with an expired May inspection sticker pull out of an apartment parking lot. The officer checked the registration and the “wanted” tab lit up on the computer. The officer pulled the vehicle over near Rex Drive. While talking with the driver and George, the officer was told that the vehicle had an extension until the next day to get inspected. George, however, had active warrants for two theft charges and a criminal trespass charge out of Franklin District Court with $60 cash to settle. George made bail and is due in Franklin District Court on July 29.
  • Laurie Ann Clark, 52, of Concord, was arrested at 4:32 p.m. on June 23, on a driving while intoxicated charge. An officer was called to a motor vehicle accident on North Emperor Drive for a report of a Toyota Corolla crashing into a mobile home. Witnesses alleged the driver, Clark, appeared to be intoxicated. The Toyota, the officer stated, crashed into the middle of the mobile home. As the officer began to talk to witnesses, Clark allegedly “staggered on up” to the officer to introduce herself. Clark reported that she wasn’t quite sure what happened but when she came around the corner, she crashed into her neighbor’s home. As the officer was speaking with Clark, he alleged that she was unsteady on her feet and had a strong odor of alcohol. Clark requested to go home but was asked to perform some tests first and later, was arrested. According to the report, Clark allegedly blew into a breathalyzer four times and blew a 0.15 once and 0.16 three times. She was later released on $1,500 personal recognizance bail and was arraigned on July 8.
  • Alicia Ann Lucier, 18, of Concord, was arrested at 7:28 p.m. on June 23, on a bench warrant. An officer was called to Lilac Street to check on the welfare of a child left on a porch. The complainant, Lucier, however, had an active bench warrant on a loitering/prowling charge from Dec. 7, 2012, with $385 cash to settle. After the issue on Lilac Street was settled, the officer took Lucier into custody. She was released on $500 personal recognizance bail and had a court date on June 24.
  • Benjamin Delise, 17, of Concord, was arrested at 2:17 a.m. on June 25, and charged with two counts of disorderly conduct, simple assault (personal weapons), and criminal threatening (intimidation, etc.). The charges stem from an alleged incident at 10:15 a.m. on May 23, at Concord High School on Warren Street, reportedly involving a female staffer at the school. An officer went to Bedford to pick up Delise who was arrested on a warrant. He was later released on $4,000 personal recognizance bail. Delise is due in court on July 29.
  • Brent L. Keyser, 27, of Northfield, was arrested at 8:26 a.m. on June 25, on two counts of simple assault (personal weapons). A woman came into the police station to speak with an officer about an alleged incident on Larkspur Place between herself and Keyser. The woman alleged that after a visit, Keyser wouldn’t return their daughter to her and they also argued. The woman alleged that Keyser stomped on her foot and pushed her, causing a rip in a sandal. She also alleged that he called her names. Officers went to Larkspur Place to speak with Keyser about the alleged incident. The officer alleged that Keyser swore at them and told the officers to “get off my f------ property.” The officer then arrested Keyser. The officers alleged that Keyser was yelling at them during transport and alleged that the woman assaulted him. He requested that police take a statement from him and the officer agreed to do so at a later date. He cooperated after that, the officer wrote. Keyser was later released on $4,000 personal recognizance bail and is due in court on July 29.
  • Roy J. Aikens, 50, of Concord, was arrested at 11:08 a.m. on June 26, and charged with criminal trespass and default or breach of bail conditions. An officer was called to Downing Street for a report of a man lying on the ground outside the South End Laundromat. Upon arrival, the officer asked the man, Aikens, if he needed assistance and he declined, and reportedly told the officer he was just sleeping. Later, dispatch advised that Aikens had warrants and he was arrested. After being taken into custody, Aikens complained of a seizure but later refused medical attention from Concord Fire and Rescue when they arrived at the scene. Aikens refused bail and was arraigned on June 27.
  • Jennifer Marie Brunsell, 36, of Concord, was arrested at 6:45 p.m. on June 26, on a simple assault (personal weapons) charge. An officer was called to Mason Court for a Chichester man who alleged that his girlfriend had assaulted him. The officer said she was familiar with the couple from previous alleged incidents. The officer met up with the man who alleged that a conversation between the two became an argument and Brunsell allegedly slapped him across the face, causing him to fall back. The officer observed a “large red mark” on his face and neck. Brunsell alleged that the man was calling her names and she asked him to leave, which he did. Later, Brunsell allegedly admitted to slapping the man and she was arrested. She was later released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and is due in court on July 29.
  • Ashleigh Anne Patterson, 17, of Concord, was arrested at 6:41 p.m. on June 28, on an unlawful possession of alcohol charge.
  • Juan Batista, 18, was arrested at 6:41 p.m. on June 28, and charged with unlawful possession of alcohol and resisting arrest or detention. Officers were called to the intersection of South Spring and Pleasant streets for a report of four juveniles who appeared to be “extremely intoxicated.” The four were found on the steps of a Pleasant Street apartment building. Batista, the officer noted, allegedly “appeared to be intoxicated … slurring his words and his eyes were red and glassy,” and he couldn’t stand up. He was also allegedly uncooperative, according to the officer. While the officers were speaking with Batista, his mother and her boyfriend came out of the home. The mother, according to the officer, allegedly yelled at Batista saying it was the fourth time in a month that he had come home intoxicated and she feared they might be evicted from their apartment. An officer asked Batista to take a breathalyzer in case he needed medical attention and he reportedly became angry. The officers went to take Batista into custody and he allegedly pulled away from them and “turned towards me in a combative stance with his fists raised slightly,” the officer alleged. The officers then took Batista down and he stopped resisting and was taken into custody. Officers also questioned Patterson who allegedly told the officers that they had “a few drinks” at White Park earlier in the evening. After a field sobriety test, Patterson was arrested. During the booking process, Batista allegedly showed mood swings moving from being apologetic to yelling and screaming, according to the officer. He was released on $3,000 personal recognizance bail but because there was no one taking custody of him while being allegedly intoxicated, he was held at the Merrimack County House of Corrections until he was sober. The officer also alleged that Batista was in possession of marijuana during a search and a future charge will be filed, according to the report.

Civic Minds July 13, 2013 at 02:06 AM
Oh, Ya, by the way, the kid had some Marijuana also. What? Smells like bad weed to me.

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