Lebanon Man Charged  After  Firing Gun At Neighbor’s Toilet

Andrew Griffon,A Lebanon NH man is charged with Reckless Conduct and Criminal Mischief after he shot his neighbor’s toilet. Police say they determined that Andrew Griffon was the person who fired a gun after they received a complaint of gunshots on Hanover Street in Lebanon. Police allege that Griffon also fired shots from his Parkhurst Street apartment into his neighbor’s apartment that caused a water leak after it hit the neighbor’s toilet. Police arrested Griffon on two counts of Felony Reckless Conduct, as well as criminal mischief. He was held at the Grafton County House of Corrections on $25,000 cash bail pending his arraignment at Lebanon District Court.

Sunapee Resident Receives Recognition Coin
Chief David Cahill presented Sunapee resident, Bob Ruopp with the Chief’s Recognition Coin. The award is presented to a citizen for a note- worthy act or contribution to the Sunapee Police Department or a generous act of community spirit. Bob has been helping each month at the “Coffee with the Chief” events by making coffee and serving refreshments to attendees, giving the Chief time to spend meeting with residents and answering questions. Bob was also presented with a special apron as an additional token of appreciation. The Chief presented the award to Mr. Ruopp on Thursday during Coffee with the Chief.

Woman Rescued from Cardigan Mountain
A leg injury stranded a NH woman on Cardigan Mountain on Saturday afternoon. NH Fish and Game Officials say Kathleen Lecain, 30, of Belmont, was hiking with her husband on the West Ridge Trail when she injured her leg and was unable to make the descent. Lecain was able to call 911 for help. Rescuers carried Lecain off the mountain around 5:45 pm and an ambulance transported Lecain to DHMC.

Springfield VT Man Injured in Accident
A Springfield VT man received minor injuries after his Chevy truck went in the river between Clinton and Main Streets. Police say they responded to the call just after 12:30 on Saturday and saw the truck on its side on the riverbank. The driver William Buswell was already receiving first aid from two women and a man who arrived at the scene. Springfield Ambulance, Vermont State Police and Hillside Auto responded to assist with extrication of the patient and the vehicle. Buswell suffered minor injuries and was transported to Springfield ER by ambulance. Police gave no reason for the cause of the accident.