Hudson police arrest one, seek two others in prowling incident
Hudson Police arrested a Nashua man and are looking for two others involved in suspicious activities in Hudson early Wednesday morning.
Shortly after midnight, Hudson Police Officer Scott Macdonald spotted four suspicious subjects around Lions Avenue and Adelaide Street. When Macdonald turned his car around to speak with the group, they fled.
At the same time, a resident on Savin Street called police to report her car alarm going off and a juvenile running from the scene, police said.
Four offers responded to help Macdonald in the search and found two of the four subjects.
Ryan Baldwin, 21, of Nashua, was arrested and charged with resisting arrest, prowling and criminal trespass. He was arrested after Macdonald found him hiding in a nearby portable garage. Baldwin refused bail services and was scheduled to be arraigned Wednesday at Nashua district court.
Officers also found a girl around Blackstone Drive, but her name wasn’t released because she’s a juvenile. She was taken into protective custody.
Police are still looking for the other two subjects. Hudson police are asking residents in the Adelaide Street area to check their vehicles for stolen items. Anyone with something missing is encouraged to contact the Hudson police at 886-6011.
– CAMERON KITTLE