Jul 11, 2015 9:25 AM

A dozen arrests result from sobriety checkpoint in Seabrook on Friday


SEABROOK - Police stopped 661 drivers and made 12 arrests Friday night as part of a sobriety checkpoint on Route 1A.

Eight of the arrests were for driving while intoxicated, including Brandon Shaw, 22, of Windham, Maine, who was also charged with violating the open container law, Stephen Quinlan, 60, of Saugus, Mass., Rosaly Rodriguez, 31, of Dracut, Mass., Rachel Walker, 21 of Stoneham, Mass., David Alexandrovich, Jr., 48, of Worcester Mass., Jacob Clough, 22, of Lowell Mass., Katherine McTigue, 20, of Gloucester Mass., and Hope Glennon, 40, of Merrimack.

Two others were charged with possession of a controlled drug: Amanda Rubert, 29, of Lowell Mass., and John Emmons, 19, of Windham, Maine.

Tabitha Romano, 26, of Manchester, was charged with disobeying an officer and operating with a suspended license.

Shawtabdee Ahmed, 41, of Lowell, Mass., was charged with simple assault and resisting arrest, police said.

All those charged are scheduled to appear in the 10th Circuit Court-Seabrook Division on August 6.


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