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Mar 24, 2017 5:25 PM

Tenants evicted from NH home owned by Manchester police officer after shots fired


DERRY — The tenants who live at the Derry home have been evicted by the homeowner, who is a Manchester police officer.

According to neighbors in the area, an eviction was posted on the home at 25 Pemigewasset Circle on Thursday.

The Eagle Tribune reported the notice orders Frank and Kathryn Wool to move out of the home by April 23.

The notice comes two days after shots were fired at the home in the early morning hours. Police say at least six bullets hit the home and broke through its exterior walls.

READ: UPDATE: Derry police looking for suspect car after home struck with several bullets

Derry police still are looking for a dark sedan, possibly a Volkswagen Jetta, with a loud exhaust and front end damage. No arrests have been made yet in connection to the incident.

Though the description is similar to a suspect vehicle involved in another shots fired incident in Candia, police say at this time there's no evidence the two are connected.

Police also conducted a search warrant inside the home and arrested one of its residents.

Patrick Roche, 19, was charged with two counts of possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, and manufacturing a controlled drug after they discovered a "large amount" of marijuana, firearms and cash inside the home.

READ: Police seize 'large amount' of marijuana, firearms, cash from Derry home involved in shooting

According to town records, the house belongs to Derek Cataldo, who's an officer with the Manchester Police Department.

A spokesman for the department responded on behalf of Cataldo, saying he has no comment on the incident.

Other residents on Pemigewasset Circle have expressed concerns over regular police presence at the home over the last two years.

Those neighbors declined to identify themselves, citing fear of the tenants and concerns over retaliation.

Derry police did confirm they've responded to calls at that address in the past but could not provide any other information.

Neighbors recalled "tons" of police presence since the Wools reportedly moved in, as well as incidents involving damaged property, keyed cars and loud fights coming from the home.

Derry Police are still investigating the shots fired incident and are asking anyone with information contact them.

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