Merrimack PD nets six
Dearborn, 29, of Nashua, faces charges of stalking and breach of bail.
According to police, officers responded to a parking lot at 10:35 p.m. Dec. 21 for a report of a man yelling while inside a green vehicle.
Upon arrival, officers located a man in a vehicle matching the description, identified as Dearborn. Upon further investigation, officers determined Dearborn had bail conditions stemming from a domestic assault that prohibited him from being within 300 feet of a particular person. Dearborn was in the parking lot while the person was inside the building, making this a violation of the bail order.
Dearborn was arrested and charged with stalking. He is scheduled to re-appear in the Ninth Circuit Court, Merrimack Division on Jan. 17 for a trial regarding the charge.
Kindlimann, 22, of no specific address listed, faces one count of criminal mischief after turning himself in on Wednesday.
At 3:25 p.m. Wednesday, Merrimack officers responded to a residence for a possible domestic incident. Officers spoke with the victims. They said a family member, identified as Kindlimann, had been asked to leave the residence as a result of being late.
Officers learned that as Kindlimann was leaving the residence, he kicked a lower window, causing both the outside and inside panes of glass to shatter. A warrant was subsequently issued for one count of criminal mischief.
He is scheduled to appear before the Merrimack Ninth Circuit Court on Jan. 10 to answer to the charge.
Millyan, 33, is listed as a Merrimack resident. She faces a charge of domestic
violence, second offense.
At 12:16 a.m. Tuesday, officers received a call about a fight between a man and a woman taking place in the area of Lynn Drive. Upon arrival, officers found the individuals involved.
Officers came to the determination that Millyan had assaulted a household member by kicking and scratching him.
Millyan was arrested and processed at Merrimack Police Department. She was released on personal recognizance bail.
Pelletier, 38, of 7 Morningside Drive, Merrimack, faces the charge of operating a vehicle under the influence, second offense.
At 1:27 a.m. Thursday, Merrimack officers received a complaint involving a vehicle stopped in the roadway with a person slumped over the steering wheel. Police located the vehicle in question on Daniel Webster Highway and checked on the operator, Pelletier, who was not responsive.
Pelletier was then transported to a local hospital for evaluation/treatment. Officers then conducted an investigation and upon his release from the hospital, Pelletier was placed under arrest for operating under the influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs.
Pelletier is scheduled to appear before the Ninth Circuit Court, Merrimack Division, on Jan. 10 to answer to the charge.
Smith, 38, of 1 Fernwood Drive, Newton, faces numerous charges, including a felony second-degree assault strangulation count.
At 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, police took a report of an incident that occurred earlier that morning at 246 Daniel Webster Hwy. The victim told police Smith punched them in the mouth and choked them.
Upon further investigation, Smith was located and placed under arrest. Smith was processed on the above charges and held on $10,000 cash-only bail.
Smith’s full list of charges includes felony second-degree assault strangulation, second offense, domestic violence assault and domestic violence interfering with the report of a crime.
Vaskelionis, 36, of 22 Merrimack St., Manchester, faces charges of criminal mischief, criminal trespass, breach of bail and resisting arrest.
At 8:10 a.m. Tuesday, officers received a call from a resident at 22 Woodridge Road reporting a family member trespassing there. Officers responded and confirmed the person, Sarah Vaskelionis, was not allowed on the property.
Vaskelionis was subsequently located in a bedroom and when officers attempted to take her into custody she resisted. She was subsequently taken into custody and determined to be under the influence of alcohol. Further investigation revealed that Vaskelionis had gained entry into the residence by damaging a garage window.
Vaskelionis was processed on the above charges and released on personal recognizance bail. She is scheduled to appear before the Ninth Circuit Court, Merrimack Division, on Jan. 10 so she may answer to the charges.