Police accuse Pembroke man of being a career criminal and selling drugs


Monitor staff

Published: 02-07-2023 6:38 PM

A 36-year-old Pembroke man was arrested in Concord on Sunday after police said he tried to evade officers and hide his identity. 

Thomas Mceneany was taken into custody on arrest warrants issued by the State of New Hampshire Parole Board, the Hooksett Police Department, and the Allenstown Police Department. He was later charged by Concord Police with three felonies, including being an armed career criminal, possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute, and being a felon in possession of a dangerous weapon. He also was charged with driving after suspension and disobeying a police officer, both misdemeanors.

Police said they spotted Mceneany while on patrol in the area of Route 106 near Autumn Drive. He pulled into the driveway of a private residence and shut off the vehicle’s lights, police said. 

At the time of his arrest, police said he was in possession of an illegal handgun, a knife, an unidentified crystallized substance, two scales, pill pouch bags and $190 in cash. His passenger was released at the scene and does not face criminal charges. 

Mceneany refused the services of the bail commissioner and was transported to the Merrimack County Jail. He was arraigned in Merrimack County Superior Court on Monday and remains incarcerated. 


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