Sunapee Police Investigate Accident
Sunapee police are investigating an accident that happened just before 11 PM on Monday. Police say they responded to an accident in the area of Brook Road and found a Chevy pickup truck had gone through a guardrail and over an embankment.
The driver was not inside the truck and could not be located in the search area.
New London, Newbury, and the New Hampshire State Police departments along with a police K-9 aided Sunapee with the search
Police believe alcohol was involved, based on evidence found at the scene.
The Sunapee police are investigating the accident as conduct after an accident case. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information on this accident should call the Sunapee Police Department at 603.763.5555.
Vermont Only State with Officer Involved Deaths
Vermont is the only state in the union where police have not killed anyone this year. According to The Counted, Rhode Island and Maine each had one, Massachusetts had 10, and Connecticut and New Hampshire each had three people killed by police. Killed in New Hampshire were Andrew Toto 54 of Derry on January 21, Hagen Esty-Lennon 42, Bath NU July 6, and Harrison Lambert 23, on September 3 in Merrimack, New Hampshire. The figures are from a database kept by The Guardian Newspaper – The Counted. The paper launched its database because the U.S. government maintains no comprehensive database.
Sunapee Harbor Celebrates 4th Annual Arts in the Harbor
Sunapee Harbor will be filled with music, art and food this weekend. From 11 to 4 on Sunday, October 11 the 4th Annual Art in the Afternoon takes place at the Historic Harbor House Livery building. Donna Gazelle, Organizer for the Project Sunapee event says many of the artists belong to the League of NH Craftsmen and they are local.
Gazelle says they are nurturing the artistic roots of their community.
For more information about Art in the Afternoon or Project Sunapee, go to http://www.projectsunapee.org.
VT State Police Seek Burglary Victims
If you were a victim of a burglary between 2012 and 2013 in the Windham County area of Vermont, the State Police may have your items. The State Police in Rockingham have recovered dozens of pieces of stolen property after a several month investigation into numerous larcenies and burglaries in the Windham County area. Police are attempting to identify the owners of the recovered property. Contact Sergeant Michael Studin at the Rockingham barracks 802-875-2112 to arrange a time to evaluate the property if you had property stolen.
Clarremont Police Investigates Vandalism to Planned Parenthood
Claremont Police are investigating vandalism to Planned Parenthood in Claremont. The organization said in a press release on Tuesday that there was vandalism and graffiti – including hate speech directed at health care providers outside their health center in Claremont.
If you have any information about this crime please call the Claremont Police Dept. Detective division at 542-7010 or use the anonymous tip line number at 603-542-7026 ext 1234.
Public Hearing on Newport’s SAU Withdraw
The Newport school district is holding a public hearing tonight at 6 PM in the Lou Thompson room. The Newport School SAU withdrawal planning committee will present their plan for leaving SAU43. In their executive summary, the committee says despite the added cost that Newport will have the dedication of effort towards their students and staff, and the ability to better manage resources where they are needed. SAU 43, at one time and was comprised of Kearsarge, Sunapee, Goshen, Lempster, and Croydon. In recent years, SAU 43 has served just Croydon and Newport