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Concord police log: Feb. 17, 2013

∎ Todd Horstkotte, a 41-year-old homeless man, was arrested Jan. 27 and charged with theft by deception in connection to an incident the police said took place Dec. 11 at the Loudon Road Walmart. The police said Horstkotte was arrested by an officer responding to a report of a fight outside of the Friendly Kitchen. At the police department, Horstkotte told an officer he was suffering from back pain, chest pain and rectal bleeding and needed to go to the hospital, according to the police. The officer said Horstkotte did not appear to be in pain. An ambulance was called and Horstkotte was taken to the hospital where he was discharged within 30 minutes, according to the police. At this time, Horstkotte told the officers he was in too much pain to walk, leading the officers to carry him to the police cruiser, the police said. Bail was set at $5,000 cash and he was due in court Jan. 28.

∎ Richard Brown, 50, of Concord was arrested Jan. 27 on a warrant and charged with theft by deception in connection to an incident the police said took place Jan. 19 at the Loudon Road Walmart. The police said $75 of merchandise was stolen. Brown was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and is due in court March 4.

∎ April McJuary, 35, of Concord was arrested Jan. 28 on a warrant and charged with disorderly conduct in connection to an incident the police said took place Dec. 5, 2012 at 154 N. Main St. McJuary was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and is due in court March 4.

∎ William Rowell, 37, of Danbury was arrested Jan. 28 on a warrant and charged with making a false report to law enforcement, making a false report on an accident and driving after revocation or suspension in connection to an incident the police said happened Jan. 2 on Manchester Street. Rowell was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and is due in court March 4.

∎ Michael Eklund, 21, of Andover was arrested Jan. 28 and charged with two counts of driving while intoxicated and transportation of alcohol in an open container. The police said Eklund was arrested by an officer responding to a motor vehicle accident on River Road. The officer found that the car was empty but after some time Eklund, who smelled like alcohol, returned to the vehicle, the police said. He was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and is due in court Feb. 11.

∎ Kevin McCormack, a 28-year-old homeless man, was arrested Jan. 29 on a warrant and charged with two counts of receiving stolen property and two counts of breach of bail conditions. The police said they recovered four textbooks valued at $760 believed to have been stolen. McCormack refused bail and was scheduled to appear in court Jan. 30.

∎ Nathan Sarazin, 22, of Concord was arrested Jan. 29 on a warrant and charged with having control of a premises where controlled drugs are kept. The police said the incident took place Jan. 23 at 51 Storrs Street. Bail was set at $5,000 cash and Sarazin was scheduled to be arraigned Jan. 30.

∎ Hussein Hindal, 19, of Concord was arrested Jan. 29 on two bench warrants. He was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and was due in court Jan. 30.

∎ Austin Gimby, 18, of Concord was arrested Jan. 29 on a bench warrant for not appearing in court on a charge of being in possession of a controlled drug, according to the police. Bail was set at $500 cash. He is due in court March 4.

∎ Adarmis Perez, 50, of Concord was arrested Jan. 29 at the Concord Police Department where he turned himself in on a warrant and was charged with vandalism in connection to an incident the police said took place Jan. 8 at 49 Taylor Street. The police said $20 in dishes were damaged. Perez was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and is due in court March. 4.

∎ Kristen Macrea, 21, of Pittsfield was arrested Jan. 30 and charged with theft. The police said Macrea was arrested after an employee at Bed Bath and Beyond on Loudon Road reported seeing her put a towel in her purse and leave without paying for it. An officer recovered that towel from Macrea and also found $180 of merchandise believed to have been stolen in her vehicle, the police said. Macrea was released on $2,000 personal recognizance bail and is due in court March 4.

∎ Mark Lufkin, a 39-year-old homeless man, was arrested Jan. 30 and charged with criminal trespassing at the Pizzeria Uno’s on Fort Eddy Road. Lufkin had previously been ordered to not enter the Fort Eddy Road Plaza, according to the police. Lufkin was transported to the county jail and was due in court Jan. 30, the police said.

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