Police Blotter

by Compiled by Dane Schlossberg; courtesy of Hanover | 10/27/06 5:00am

Oct. 20, 2:13 p.m.

Hanover Police issued a Dartmouth sophomore a bench warrant after the 19-year-old failed to follow up on a summons stemming from an earlier intoxication arrest. The Dartmouth student turned himself in and has a court date October 31.

Oct. 21, 3:03 a.m.

Safety and Security requested assistance from Hanover Police after spotting an intoxicated male subject attempting to jump over a wire fence by 8 Webster Ave. The Dartmouth freshman tripped and fell to the ground. During the fall, the subject's head struck the ground, knocking him unconscious. The 18-year-old was rushed to Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center to treat his injuries and intoxication.

Oct. 21, 8:58 p.m.

A school chaperone at the Hanover High School dance noticed two male teenagers behaving peculiarly and was concerned they were intoxicated. The chaperone notified the Hanover Police agent present at the dance, who determined after smelling their breath and questioning them that they were in fact intoxicated. Hanover Police contacted the subjects' parents, who then picked up the students from the dance.

Oct. 20, 9:17 p.m.

Hanover Police was called to the scene after a 46-year-old resident of Hanover drove her car into telephone pole. The vehicle rolled over during the incident, breaking the telephone pole and knocking down the wires. The Hanover Police officer on the scene conducted a field sobriety test, which the subject failed. Later, the subject's blood alcohol concentration was tested to be .20 and she was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated and aggravated driving while intoxicated.

Oct. 22, 3 p.m.

Hanover Police was contacted by a clerk at Stinson's Village Store who was suspicious of a patron's identification card. The female subject, a Dartmouth student, fled the scene upon realizing the police had been contacted. The subject left her identification card behind, which allegedly belonged to the subject's older sister. Using this information, Hanover Police now believe they have identified the subject, a Dartmouth student, and expect to make an arrest shortly.