Mar 3, 2015 9:53 AM
HOOKSETT- Police were called to a Vindale Road home Saturday afternoon for a report of an assault and potential motor vehicle theft.
When they arrived, they found an elderly couple bruised and bloody after and altercation with their landlords. Both parties say the incicdent was over money.
Police say they were called to this home earlier in the week for a civil matter dealing with money owed to the landlords. They say things didn't get violent until they were called Saturday.
Lanlords Richard Bernier, 68, and Keri McCallum, 49, of Goffstown, were arrested and charged with robbery and criminal trespassing.
Police say even though the couple owns the property, once it's rented out they cannot just walk in as they please.
The pair is due in court April 15th.
2 hours 25 minutes agoHillary Clinton’s taking her show outdoors. The Democratic presidential nominee’s rally Monday afternoon at St. Anselm College will now be held outside, in the...
11 hours 46 minutes agoThe community of Nashua is mourning as they learn the body pulled from the Merrimack River in Tyngsborough is believed to be 16-year-old Jacob...
19 hours 3 minutes agoPolice and fire departments recovered the body of a young man from the Merrimack River this afternoon. (More)
Oct 22, 2016 9:05 PMPolice are investigating the possibility that a missing teen was swept into a storm drain in the night during heavy rain. (More)
Oct 22, 2016 7:42 PMPolice deployed a bomb squad and robot to investigate a suspicious package that appeared outside a Walmart on Lowell Road on Saturday. (More)