Nashua Police Department arrests four people on variety of charges
NASHUA – City police made multiple arrests Thursday for both drug charges and domestic violence.
Officers arrested Misty Brown, 42, of 13 Maple St., Nashua, for the sale of a controlled drug, methamphetamine. She was jailed, pending arraignment.
Also Benjamin Thomson, 25, of 38 Chandler St., Apartment A, Nashua, was arrested and charged on one count of possession of a controlled drug, Suboxone. Thomson was released on his own personal recognizance and is scheduled for a Jan. 17 arraignment.
Officers also arrested Joshua Wolfe, 29, of Nashua, on a felony count of second-degree assault, domestic violence.
On Dec. 10, officers, received a report of a domestic disturbance that took place downtown during October. A man reported that Wolfe had broken his ankle during a physical altercation.
After further investigation, detectives applied for an arrest warrant for Wolfe. They made that arrest on Thursday.
This felony is punishable by up to seven years in State Prison, exclusive of fines. Wolfe was released on personal recognizance, pending his Jan. 17 arraignment.
Finally, officers arrested David Vasquez-Larkin, 32, of Nashua, on a felony count of second-degree assault, domestic violence, as well as nine misdemeanor counts of simple assault, domestic violence.
At 4:19 p.m. Tuesday, officers responded to a residence for a domestic violence report. A woman known to Vasquez-Larkin reported that he assaulted her, leading to minor physical injuries. Officers then arrested Vasquez-Larkin on the charges.
The felony is punishable by up to seven years in State Prison, exclusive of fines. Each misdemeanor count is punishable by up to one year in the County House of Corrections, exclusive of fines. Vasquez-Larkin refused bail, pending arraignment.
The Nashua Police Department requests anyone with more information about the incidents to contact the Crime Line at 603-589-1665.