Lebanon Police Seek Public’s Help with ID
The Lebanon Police Department is seeking the public’s help with the identification of a man wanted for Indentify Fraud and Credit Card Theft.
Surveillance footage shows that on 12/24/15 shortly after 4:30 pm a black male subject purchased over $200 of merchandise from Price Chopper in West Lebanon using information from a stolen credit card.
The male suspect is described as a black male, having a medium build, 20-30 years of age, shaved head, wearing green pants, a black shirt and sweatshirt and was wearing ear buds.
Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect featured in the photographs is asked to contact Senior Officer Adam Leland at 603-448-1212.
Wanted Man Arrested by Danbury Police
A sex offender wanted by the Lebanon Police was captured Monday night by night by Danbury NH Police. Police say they were assisted by the Bristol Police Department with the arrest of Jeffery Gray.
Gray was wanted on a warrant for failure to register as a Sex Offender out of Lebanon – a class B Felony
Gray was taken to Lebanon Police Department where he declined bail, and was subsequently taken to Grafton County House of Corrections. Gray will be arraigned today. Additional charges on some of Gray’s accomplices are expected shortly.
Sunapee Says Good-Bye to Officer Adam Lantiegne
The Sunapee Police Department honored Office Adam Lantiegne at Monday’s Select Board meeting. Officer Lantiegne resigned from the force in December. Police Chief David Cahill presented Lantiegne with a plaque with Lantiegne’s badge and words of thanks for his years of service to the department and community. Chief Cahill took a moment to highlight the many duties Office Lantiegne performed in the department.
Joshua Trow Chair of the Sunapee Select Board presented the officer with a gift from the town, the officer’s service revolver.
Officer Lantiegne resigned to help to help with a family business. Robert Riessle was hired as a part-time officer and will now fill the full-time. Riessle started at the Police Academy on January 4, 2016 and will be graduating in April.
Sunapee holds a public hearing on the town budget tonight at 7:00 pm in the Town Meeting Room.
Hearing for Croydon Postponed
A hearing on the merits of Croydon sending students to the private Newport Montessori is now slated for Wednesday March 9. The change of date is due to conflicting hearing schedules of Croydon School District attorney Chuck Douglas. The hearing date for NH Board of Education (BOE) vs. Croydon School District was originally set for January 13 in Newport Superior Court.
On December 14, Judge Brian Tucker denied the NH Board of Education a preliminary injunction for Croydon to remove their students from the private Newport Montessori School and place them in a public school.