Aug 1, 2015 9:28 AM
Nashua sobriety checkpoint leads to 12 arrests
NASHUA - Police stopped 216 vehicles and made 12 arrests at a sobriety checkpoint that ran from Friday night into early this morning on West Hollis Street.
Police say the checkpoint was set up at 9 p.m. on Friday and ran through 3 a.m. Saturday morning. Both state police and the Nashua police worked together at the checkpoint, which was authorized by the Hillsborough Superior Court and operated under guidelines set by the N.H. Attorney General's Office.
Those arrested include:
Ana Vargas, 39, of Nashua, charged with DWI 1st offense.
Paul Poliquin, 42, of Groton Mass., charged with DWI 1st offense.
Edward Labell, 37, of Amherst, charged with DWI subsequent and possession of a controlled drug
Nicole Archambault, 34, Nashua, charged with felony possession of a controlled drug.
Victor Ramirez, 40, of Manchester, charged with operating without a valid license.
Fabio Vasquez, 38, of Hudson charged with operating without a valid license.
John Sheldon, 34, of Nashua, charged with driving with a suspended license.
Rondinere Escoralique, 33, of Lowell Mass., charged with operating without a valid license
Police said they also arrested four juveniles for possession of alcohol, but their names will not be released because of their ages.