23 Wakefield Street, Rochester, NH 03867, 603.330.7127

Since I have taken over the page, I've felt an over whelming sense of support from this fantastic community!

As I wandered into work today, see a box of a dozen donuts on the break room table next to the box of munchkins, I couldn't help but stuff my face.

I went to go get my morning cup of coffee and left the store, not realizing the message on my cup. Sometimes, the news seems to point all fingers at us. In reality, all I have to do is get out of my car and talk with wonderful people in this city and know I've got all the support I need right here.

If you see donut glaze on my uniform - don't judge me. I'm only human.
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I can't do a Throwback Thursday because it's my day off. So enjoy this "flash back Friday"

Featured in this photograph are (former) Officer Ouellette, Captain Thomas and Sergeant Deluca.

Side note, can anyone create a cool name for a day of the week to post old photographs?
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Today I got to flash back to the ol' glory days of high school (who are we kidding, I rode the bench) and help "educate" the Spaulding High School Criminal Justice students.

Officer Jackson, Officer Miehle, Lieutenant Gould, Nicole Rodler and I brought 16 students around the police department and Rochester District Court to give them a first hand look at how the organizations work.

I suspect I may have bored a few of them to tears as I noticed a clear liquid streaming from their eyeballs. However, Officer Jackson (the cool Officer) got to send each student through our simulator machines.

Yes, my ego is slightly bruised because no one wanted to hang out with me. But 4 years of high school prepared me for that. Here are some of the students in action !
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This man was not only ready to brave the cold, but he was ready to brave the security cameras at the Walgreens and leave the store without paying for his stuff.

Officer Gagnon is looking to ID this male in regards to a theft that took place on 01-06-2017

Gut instinct, I'm going with Ben Affleck on this one.

(ahh oh my god why even bother putting this up if the cameras are so bad)

Anyone who has a tip can call the Rochester Police Department at 603-330-7128 and reference case number 17-96-OF

Or call the Rochester Crime Line you can provide anonymous tips through by calling 603-335-6500 or text CRIMES (274637) body of the text TEXT4CASH & your tip.
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