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Nashua man charged with firing gun at neighboring residence

By Christopher Roberson - Staff Writer | Feb 27, 2024

Alan Grogg Courtesy photo/Nashua Police Department

NASHUA – Alan Grogg, 34, of Nashua was arrested on Feb. 25 for allegedly firing a bullet at a Brook Street residence from his home on Lake Street.

According to police, officers responded to the Brook Street residence and discovered that a bullet had gone through the bedroom window. The exact address of the Brook Street home has not been released and no injuries were reported. After searching the surrounding area, officers determined that the bullet was fired from Lake Street.

According to police, Grogg later admitted to firing a high-powered airsoft gun from his backyard. He also allegedly told officers that he made the gun himself using a 3D printer.

While conducting a search of Grogg’s residence, police reportedly found a rifle, several airsoft guns, a 3D printer and a “large quantity” of marijuana that was “packaged for sale.”

Grogg has since been charged with reckless conduct with a deadly weapon, being a felon in possession of a deadly weapon, possession of a controlled drug and possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute.

Under state law, should he be convicted, Grogg could face up to 59 years in prison, up to 15 years probation and up to $512,000 in fines.

Grogg was held on preventative detention and was scheduled to be arraigned at the Ninth Circuit Nashua District Division Court on Feb. 26.


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