Newport Man Faces Multiple Charges After Burglary and Assault on LEO
A series of burglaries on Tuesday night led to the arrest of a Newport Man. Newport Police said they received reports of a male going through cars at Newport Village Apartments and when searching the area, they learned of an attempted entry at a Sunapee St. residence. While tracking the suspect, officers were called to burglaries near the Police Station and at Pinnacle Bait and Tackle on Sunapee St.
Newport Police and NH State Police went to Pinnacle Bait and Tackle and located the suspect matching descriptions from previous calls. Officers took 18-year old Ryan Gobin into custody after a brief struggle. Evidence found on Gobin linked him reports earlier in the evening.
During processing, Officer Titorenko was assaulted and choked by Gobin. Officer Titorenko received minor injuries and was treated and released for service by Newport Ambulance. Gobin was arraigned yesterday in Newport District Court for Attempted Burglary, Resisting Arrest/Detention, Simple Assault, Second Degree Assault, Theft by Unauthorized taking, and two counts of Breach of Bail.
Gobin’s previous bail was revoked and he is currently lodged at the Sullivan County House of Corrections without bail. Gobin’s probable cause hearing is scheduled for July 5th at 2:00 PM in Newport District Court.
Chief Burroughs thanks the residents who called and reported the suspicious activity last night. It was the real-time calls, which led to the timely arrest of Ryan Gobin.
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Celebrate July 4th At Calvin Coolidge’s VT Homestead
President Calvin Coolidge is the only US President who was born on the Fourth of July and in Plymouth VT, they are celebrating his 145th birthday. The events start with the Welcome 20 of America’s newest citizens following a naturalization ceremony at 10 AM. At noon, a Vermont National Guard delegation leads a parade to the Plymouth Notch Cemetery to lay a wreath from the White House at President Coolidge’s grave.
Following the wreath-laying ceremony, there is a traditional Fourth of July barbecue at the Wilder House and a Coolidge birthday cake. Syndicated columnist Cal Thomas will interview Tracy Messer, the new Calvin Coolidge impersonator in the church at 1:00 PM. In addition, there will be wagon rides, music, and all twelve historic buildings will be open for tours at the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site. For more information, visit the WNTK’s website and Facebook page.
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Traffic Pattern Change on Lake Avenue
Those who travel on Lake Ave in Sunapee should note that road construction is scheduled for Wednesday, July 5th. The construction will be in front of Indian Cave Landing condominiums and is expected to last for approximately 10 days. One lane will be closed during this time and the construction company will have a flagger present to direct traffic through the area. Sunapee Police Department asks those traveling in the area to use caution while traveling through the area.
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Envision Newbury NH 2027 is Tonight
Newbury NH’s Master Plan “Envision Newbury 2027” update is ready for presentation to the public. The public hearing is tonight at 7:00 PM in the Town Offices. The update has been two and a half years in making.
The overall purpose of the Master Plan is to set down as practically as possible the future development and growth of our community. The Plan is an aid in designing local zoning regulations that result in preserving and enhancing the Newbury.