Police Blotter

| 10/4/07 2:14am

Sept. 28, 6:28 a.m., East Wheelock Street

After pulling over a 30-year-old man for speeding, Hanover Police discovered that the man's New Jersey driver's license had been suspended, and that his driving privileges in New Hampshire and Vermont had been suspended for failure to pay outstanding fines. The man was arrested for driving with a suspended license.

Sept. 28, 10:03 a.m, Lebanon Street

Hanover Police, responding to a call from Hanover High School administrators, arrested a 15-year-old student for possession of a small, personal amount of marijuana.

Sept. 28, 11:51 p.m., School Street

Police pulled over a car after watching it roll through a stop sign, and then fail to yield to an oncoming vehicle. While being questioned by the police officer, the car's driver, a 16-year-old boy, refused to submit to a breathalizer test -- but later confessed to having consumed alcohol. Of the car's passengers, both 17 years old, one registered a BAC of .08 and was arrested, while the other, who refused testing, was arrested for being visibly intoxicated.

Sept. 29, 3:09 p.m., Memorial Field

Responding to a tip, police at the Dartmouth-University of Pennsylvania football game found a 19-year-old Dartmouth prospective student in the bathroom, where he had recently vomited. The student registered a BAC of .11 and was arrested.

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