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Concord police log for April 26

∎ Tina Cullen, 32, of Bradley Street was arrested March 27 on a warrant issued for theft, operating after suspension and suspended registrations. The police said a hair straightener, clothes and makeup were stolen from Walmart. She was released on $3,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court April 29.

∎ Bethany Milne, 18, of in Auburn was arrested March 27 and charged with reckless operation. The police said a skateboarder had been hit by a vehicle. Milne told the police the skateboarder had been hanging onto her car while it traveled at about 10 mph when he fell, striking his head on the ground. The injured individual had a head injury and would likely not remember the incident, the police said. Milne was issued a summons and ordered to appear in court May 6.

∎ Shyan Place, 18, of Boscawen was arrested Mach 28 at the Concord Police Department where she turned herself in on a warrant and was charged with simple assault. She was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court April 29.

∎ Robert Gelinas, 25, of Portsmouth Street was arrested March 28 and charged with simple assault. The police said Gelinas was physically abusive toward a woman. He refused bail and was scheduled to appear in court March 29.

∎ Brian Doyle, a 45-year-old homeless man, was arrested March 28 and charged with theft by unauthorized taking or transfer and default or breach of bail conditions. The police said a can of cream ale beer was stolen from the Market Basket on Storrs Street. The police said Doyle claimed to have forgotten to pay for the beer when he paid for his other items. Doyle also had a warrant out for his arrest issued for not paying fines on a speeding charge. He refused bail and was scheduled to appear in court March 29.

∎ Taylor Wilkins, 17, of Loudon was arrested March 28 at the Merrimack County House of Corrections and charged with criminal liability for the conduct of another, default or breach of bail conditions and unlawful possession of alcohol. She refused bail and was scheduled to appear in court March 29.

∎ Alissa Fannie, 39, of Pinehurst Street was arrested March 29 on a warrant issued for unauthorized taking. She was released on $500 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court April 1.

∎ Robert Curtis, 43, of Loudon Road was arrested March 29 at the Concord Police Department and charged with failing to properly report as a sex offender. The police said Curtis was taken into custody by the U.S. Marshal Service. He also had a warrant for his arrest issued for failure to appear in court. He refused bail and was scheduled to appear in court April 1.

∎ Mark Kibbee, 39, of West Street was arrested March 30 and charged with vandalism, reckless conduct, two counts of simple assault and resisting arrest or detention. Kibbee also had two warrants out for his arrest. The police said officers responding to a domestic incident found Kibbee, who was screaming, with a bloody nose and bloody hands. Kibbee told the police that he had punched a door. While officers were at the residence, Kibbee continued yelling at a woman there, then struck an officer, causing him and the officer to fall to the ground, the police said. He was taken to the Concord Hospital due to his agitated and aggressive behavior, the police said. Kibbee refused bail and was scheduled to appear in court April 1.

∎ Ryan Carson, 25, of East Side Drive was arrested March 30 at the Concord Police Department where he turned himself in on a warrant and was charged with vandalism. He was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court April 29.

∎ David Bernard, 31, of Longmeadow Drive was arrested March 30 on a bench warrant issued for negligent driving. He was released on $1,000 personal recognizance bail and scheduled to appear in court April 3.

∎ Alex Colon Skerett, 32, of Storrs Street was arrested March 31 and charged with being a fugitive from justice. The police said a warrant
had been issued for his arrest in Puerto Rico. He was taken to the Merrimack County House of Corrections where the police said he would remain until he could be extradited.

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