Apr 2, 2016 7:16 PM
Keene robbery leads to arrest of two homeless suspects
KEENE - Two suspects were taken into custody for an unarmed robbery after barricading themselves in an Martin Street bedroom Saturday.
Officers responded at 16 Martin St. in Keene to speak with Brandon Bostwick, 28, and Jennifer Sherrick, 36, both of whom are listed as homeless.
Once the Officer arrived at the residence, they learned Bostwick and Sherrick may have barricaded themselves in an upstairs bedroom. Information discovered during the investigation lead the Officers to believe these two individuals may be armed as well.
Ultimately, the Officers backed out of the house and upon doing so, Bostwick was seen jumping out a second story window and fleeing on foot. Officer’s pursued on foot and arrested Bostwick.
Sherrick remained in the residence was believed to be armed and refusing to come outside. With the assistance of the Keene Police Department Tactical Team, New Hampshire State Police, New Hampshire Fish and Game and the Swanzey Police Department, she was taken into custody on a forgery warrant. She was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and will appear in court April 21.
Bostwick was charged with resisting arrest, forgery (KPD warrant), three district court warrants for driving after suspension, shoplifting and willful concealment, one Superior Court warrant for nonappearance in court and two warrants from the Claremont Police Department for habitual offender and willful concealment.
Bostwick was held without bail and will appear in court April 4.
This case, along with the original robbery case remains under investigation. Anyone has information may call the Keene Police Department at 357-9813.