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Nashua man, Hudson woman arrested in Pelham on gun, drug charges

PELHAM – A man from Nashua and woman from Hudson were arrested last week after Pelham police confronted them as they exited a conservation area where they allegedly had been target shooting illegally, according to police.

Keven Elliot, 22, of Nashua, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, unauthorized use of a firearm and changing marks on the weapon, police said. ...

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PELHAM – A man from Nashua and woman from Hudson were arrested last week after Pelham police confronted them as they exited a conservation area where they allegedly had been target shooting illegally, according to police.

Keven Elliot, 22, of Nashua, was charged with carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, unauthorized use of a firearm and changing marks on the weapon, police said.

Elizabeth Belanger, 26, of Hudson, was charged with possession of marijuana.

Both are free on bail pending a July 14 arraignment in Salem district court, police said.

The two were among a group of five individuals who attracted the attention of residents, police said, when they sped down Gowing Road and parked at Pelham’s Gumpus Pond Conservation Area.

Police said one resident called police after hearing shots being fired shortly after the group entered the conservation area, where discharging firearms is prohibited.

Police said the gun barrel had been cut off and some identifiable markings were missing.

Dean Shalhoup can be reached at 594-6443 or dshalhoup@
nashuatelegraph.com.