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Concord woman arrested for assault, mischief, resisting charges: log

Barnstead man charged as habitual offender; Fisherville Road assault, drugs, arrests; man accused of destroying his ex’s property.

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CONCORD, NH – Tiffany Ray Wills, born 1992, of Bennington, Vermont, received a court summons following an incident or investigation on Fisherville Road on June 10, 2024 at 5:28 p.m.

James M. Barrett, 28, of Center Barnstead was arrested on June 9 at 12:53 a.m. on a misdemeanor charge after being certified as a habitual offender and driving after revocation or suspension – subsequent charges. He was arrested at 4 Hall St.


Heaven Leigh Boden, 22, of Concord, was arrested on three warrants and possession of a controlled drug charge on June 8 at 5:32 p.m. following an incident or investigation on Fisherville Road. She failed to show up for a probation violation hearing on April 25 after being convicted on criminal trespass charges out of Laconia dating back to 2022. Boden is due back in court on June 20.

Arpan Darjee, born 2005, of Concord was arrested on June 8 at 4:26 p.m. on a warrant as well as a license violation following an incident or investigation at 12 East Side Drive.

Christopher M. Blodgett, 50, a homeless man now in Concord, was summoned on May 19 at 7:07 a.m. on a mischief charge following an incident or investigation at Concord Hospital at 250 Pleasant St.

Jonathan Taylor GagneThe 23-year-old homeless man now in Concord was arrested on charges of simple assault and battery following an incident or investigation at Concord Hospital at 250 Pleasant St on May 16 at 3 p.m.

Emma Marie Buntrock-Muller, 37, of Rumford Street Concord was arrested May 4 at 6:40 p.m. for criminal mischief, resisting arrest or detention, and two counts of simple assault. She was arrested following an incident on Rumford Street.

Mamie Lavalley, born in 1969, of Concord, was arrested on April 20 at 9:39 p.m. on charges of two counts of simple assault and two counts of domestic violence. She was arrested following an incident or investigation on Fisherville Road.

Robert Paul Gallant, born 1963, of Gilmanton Iron Works was arrested on a warrant for possession of a controlled drug charge following an incident or investigation at the Comfort Inn on Hall St on April 20 at 5:52 p.m.

Pamela J. Civiello, born 1974, of Franklin was arrested on two warrants on April 20 at 9:11 a.m. following an incident or investigation at the Heritage Heights office on East Side Drive.

Thomas M. Joy, 33, of Loudon Road Concord was arrested on April 19 at 4:22 p.m. for resisting arrest or detention and three counts of mischief. Officers were dispatched to an apartment on Loudon Road for a report of a domestic disturbance. A woman stated that her ex-boyfriend was in his apartment and threw her belongings in the front yard. The officers saw several items scattered on the ground and the woman was collecting them. The woman accused Joy of damaging her property. The couple lived together for about four months, she said. The woman accused Joy of also showing up at her workplace and causing a scene. Later that day, things escalated. The officer estimated the damaged items were approximately $110. According to the report, officers went to talk to Joy but received no response when they knocked on the apartment door or called his cellphone. The woman then allowed police into the apartment, but could not find Joy. The reporter said that clothes and furniture were scattered in the living room and kitchen, and several open containers of alcoholic beverages were seen in the kitchen. Officers later found him sleeping and tried to wake him, the report said. After the insistence, Joy woke up and said, “What the hell are you doing here?” the report said. When it was explained that they were investigating damaged property, the officer accused Joy of shouting even more, with slurred speech, while smelling of alcohol. “Every time I tried to talk to Thomas, he would yell at me and say, ‘Bye!’ and ‘Get that son of a bitch out of my apartment,’” the officer said. After much yelling, police began to take Joy into custody, the report said, but he clenched his fists and resisted. After being asked to stand down and place his hands behind his back “several times” and Joy refused, an officer pulled out a Taser and activated it, an affidavit said. After that, Thomas “stopped resisting,” the officer wrote. Joy was accused of being hostile and shouting, so he was taken to the county. There, he yelled at correctional officers and called someone a “c—” while trying to “agree with them,” according to an affidavit.

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