Crime Information

Legal Updates:

Use of Mobile Electronic Devices while Driving: Prohibition RSA 265:79-C

No person, while driving a motor vehicle upon a way or temporarily halted in traffic for a traffic control device or other momentary delay, shall use any hand-held mobile electronic device capable of providing voice or data communication, including but not limited to: reading, composing, viewing, or posting any electronic message; or initiating, receiving or conducting a conversation; or initiating a command or request to access the internet; or inputting information into a global positioning system or navigation device; or manually typing data into any other portable electronic device. An operator of a motor vehicle who holds a cellular telephone or other electronic device capable of voice communication in the immediate proximity of his or hear ear while such vehicle is in motion is presumed to be engaging in a call within the meaning of this section.

CRIME INFORMATION:

Issuing Bad Checks

If you are a recipient of a check from someone that will not clear from a bank you need to take the following steps:

  1. Attempt to cash the check a second time.
  2. If the check does not clear, send a letter to the issuer giving that person 14 days to correct the outstanding debt to include your fees acrued from the bank. You need to send that both certified and regular mail.
  3. If mail is returned or the debt is not taken care of you may file a police report with the Pembroke Police if the check was received in Pembroke with your original documentation to include check in order to move forward with a criminal investigation.

If you have any questions please feel free to call us at 485-9173 or 485-3421 after hours if you would like to speak with an officer.