Concord Police Blotter - May/June 2015
Photo courtesy of Concord Police Department
On Monday, May 18, 2015 at approximately 12:30 PM officers from the Concord Police Department responded the Bank of New Hampshire, located at 167 North Main Street, for a report of a robbery.
Upon arrival police were told that a subject entered the bank and handed a teller a note demanding cash. After obtaining a quantity of cash, the subject fled the bank. He was last seen running in a westerly direction from the bank.
An investigation by Concord Police detectives resulted in the probable cause to arrest the following person,
SCOTT P. LOJKO (Age 39)
CONCORD NH 03301
For the following crimes:
ROBBERY; UNARMED (RSA 636:1) Class B Felony
Lojko was arrested on a warrant at his home on Stone St. without incident at approximately 4:00 PM on Tuesday, May 19. Subsequent to his arrest, a search warrant was executed at his residence. Detectives recovered evidence of the crime inside the home, to include a quantity of money consistent with the amount taken from the bank on Monday.
This case would not have been solved as quickly as it was without the actions of a particular United States Postal Service employee making deliveries near the scene of the robbery. The employee was performing his daily routine when he crossed paths with the suspect and recognized that something seemed amiss. He made key observations about the suspect’s vehicle which he later communicated to detectives, leading to the positive identification of the suspect. On behalf of the citizens of Concord, we offer our sincere thanks to this individual.
Concord PD received significant assistance in the investigation from the NH State Police, the NHSP Forensic Lab, the Merrimack County Sheriff’s Office, the Bradford Police Department, the NH Department of Safety, and the NH Department of Motor Vehicles.
Lojko was booked at the Concord Police Department and refused bail. He was transported to the Merrimack County House of Corrections/Jail and will be arraigned this morning, May 20, 2015, at the 6th Circuit – District Division – Concord (Concord District Court).
Police are asking the public to please call them or the Concord Regional Crimeline (603-226-3100) if they have any information about this crime.
Aggravated Sexual Assault
On May 14, 2015, investigators from the Concord Police Department arrested the following person on an arrest warrant:
Theodore Littlefield, Age 64
AGGRAVATED FELONIOUS SEXUAL ASSAULT - PATTERN (RSA 632-A:2), Class A Felony X2
AGGRAVATED FELONIOUS SEXUAL ASSAULT (RSA 632-A:2), Class A Felony
ATTEMPTED AGGRAVATED FELONIOUS SEXUAL ASSAULT (RSA 632-A:2/629:1), Class A Felony
This arrest occurred in response to an allegation of sexual assault committed against a male juvenile. Following an initial investigation, detectives developed probable cause for the above offenses and obtained an arrest warrant. Mr. Littlefield was arrested at his home in Concord without incident.
He was arraigned at the Sixth Circuit Court, Concord District Division, on May 15, 2015. Bail was set at $60,000 cash.
This investigation is ongoing and additional charges may follow.
Concord PD is asking for anyone with additional information about this incident or other offenses to contact the Concord Regional Crimeline at (603) 226-3100.
On Wednesday June 3, 2015 Concord Police Department executed an arrest warrant for a person for the sale of drugs. Arrested was,
James A. Machado (Age 39)
SALE OF CONTROLLED DRUGS X5 (Class B Felony)
The warrant was issued by the department’s Drug Enforcement Unit following a lengthy investigation. Following his arrest, detectives executed a search warrant at Machado’s residence located on Greenwood Avenue in Concord. During the search, detectives located a quantity of drugs in the possession of another resident of that address, identified as,
Danielle S. Clark (Age 42)
Concord, NH 03301
After locating the drugs, detectives applied for and received an arrest warrant for Clark. She was subsequently arrested and charged with the following crimes,
POSS CD/NARC DRUG W/INT TO DISTRIBUTE (RSA 318-B:2) Class B Felony
CONTROL OF PREMISES WHERE CONTROLLED DRUGS ARE KEPT
(RSA 318-b:26(III)) Class A Misd.
Both Machado and Clark were booked at the
Concord Police Department. Machado refused bail and Clark was held on $5,000.00
cash bail. Both subjects were transported to the Merrimack County House of
Corrections & Jail. They will both be arraigned this morning, June 4, 2015
at the 6th Circuit - District Division – Concord (Concord District Court).
Criminal Threatening With a Firearm
On May 20, 2015 at approximately 2:55 PM police were dispatched to the area of Thorndike St. and Pierce St. for a 911 call that a weapon had been pointed at two juveniles.
Upon arrival police made contact with an adult, who said that at approximately 2:30 PM two juveniles ran into her house to report that a man had just pulled a gun on them.
Police spoke with the juveniles, who said that while near the corner of Thorndike St. and Pierce St. they saw a white male wearing sunglasses look at them. The male was standing at the opposite corner of Thorndike St. and Pierce St. facing easterly. The juveniles said that the male said “wassup” (What’s up?) to them and they ignored him. He reportedly said “wassup” a second time to which the juveniles turned and responded in kind. At this point the juveniles said the male subject pulled a gun out from somewhere in his waist and pointed it right at them. The juveniles said that the male appeared to be on his cell phone at the time.
Upon seeing the gun, both juveniles fled the area. One of the juveniles reported seeing the male subject walk down Thorndike St., west towards South St.
The juveniles described the subject as a tall and skinny white male, bald, in his 20s or 30s, wearing sunglasses, and a Gucci jacket. The Gucci jacket was described as green, red and black that was similar to a windbreaker that zips. The subject was also described to be wearing some chains around his neck. The gun was described as being silver and large.
The Concord Police Department has recovered a photograph from nearby surveillance video and is asking the public to assist in identifying the individual of interest depicted in the photograph.
Anyone who has information relative to any criminal incident is asked to
call the Concord Regional Crimeline at
(603) 226-3100, or submit information online to the website at: www.concordregionalcrimeline.com,
or Txt TIP234
and their message
(274637). Crimeline awards cash to anyone whose information leads to the arrest and indictment of criminals.
All tips remain anonymous.
On Monday, May 18, 2015 at approximately 1:45 AM Concord Police responded to the Penacook Pharmacy, located at 305 Village St. for report of a possible burglary in progress. A witness called to report that a white male subject was smashing a front door or window to the Pharmacy.
Police arrived moments later and saw that the front door to the pharmacy had been smashed in. A witness reported that the suspect smashed the front door, crawled into the building and then exited approximately 60 seconds later. The suspect was last seen running down an adjacent driveway (near 6 Washington St.). Another witness later reported seeing a car accelerate away from the area at a high rate of speed. The car was described as a “wider” black sedan with what was described as “3 tail lights”.
Police later confirmed that the suspect made entry into the pharmacy and stole a quantity of drugs. The suspect was described as being a white male, stalky and approximately 5’10”. He appeared to be wearing dark colored shorts, a dark-colored shirt, and a towel-like object covering his head.
The Concord Police are actively investigating this case and are asking public to assist in identifying the individual of interest depicted in the attached photographs.
Anyone who has information relative to any criminal incident is asked to call the Concord Regional Crimeline at (603) 226-3100, or submit information online to the website at: www.concordregionalcrimeline.com, or Txt TIP234 and their message to CRIMES (274637). Crimeline awards cash to anyone whose information leads to the arrest and indictment of criminals. All tips remain anonymous.
All information provided by Concord Police Department.