Police: Woman arrested at NH college faces resisting arrest and trespass charges
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HOOKSETT — Authorities in New Hampshire arrested one woman accused of trespassing on the Southern New Hampshire University campus.
The Hooksett Police Department was called around 3:45 a.m. on Sunday to assist Campus Safety with an unwanted party.
Officers say 22-year-old Autumn Scanlon of Waltham, MA was asked several times to leave the campus, but she refused.
According to police, Scanlon was escorted to her vehicle and she began to drive away, despite officers’ commands to stop. She then returned to the dorm that she was previously told to leave and was stopped by Campus Safety driving out of the parking lot.
Scanlon was taken into custody and police say she faces the following charges; criminal trespass, resisting arrest x2, disobeying an officer, possession of marijuana (violation), transportation of a controlled drug and lights required.
Scanlon was released on $11,000 personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear before the 6th Circuit Court on November, 1.