Weare police arrest 5 NH men accused of drunken driving since Thursday
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WEARE — Police officers in town have been busy, apprehending five men accused of driving under the influence.
Police said multiple calls came in reporting an impaired driver in the area of Perkins Pond and Deering Center roads around 9:30 p.m. Thursday.
After locating the vehicle, officers conducted field sobriety tests on 38-year-old Andrew Williams, of Claremont, and placed him under arrest without incident.
Williams faces driving while intoxicated charges as well as having an unregistered and unispected vehicle.
On Friday officers stopped a vehicle on South Stark Highway in the area of Barnard Hill Road, after observing erratic driving.
Police conducted a field sobriety test on Shane Bradley, 21, of Weare, and subsequently placed him under arrest. Bradley faces driving while intoxicated and open container charges.
Around 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Weare police received a complaint of a suspected impaired driver on River Road.
Officers located the vehicle Dennis Gagnon, 55, of New Boston was driving and conducted field sobriety tests.
Gagnon was placed under arrest without incident. He faces with driving while intoxicated charges.
At 10:50 p.m. Saturday officers received a call that a driver returned home and hit two vehicles in the driveway
Upon arrival, police found Gerald Gelinas, 48, of Weare, and placed him under arrest. Gelinas is charged with driving while intoxicated.
On Sunday around 10:20 p.m., officers responded to a motorcycle crash in the area of Holly Hill Road.
Police say, 39-year-old Jeremy Gilman, of Weare, refused field sobriety testing and was subsequently placed under arrest. Gilman faces driving while intoxicated charges.
All individuals were released on a personal recognizance bail and were given dates to appear at the Goffstown district court.