North Conway, NH – Mike Callis of Conway is running against incumbent Frank Guinta on the Republican ticket to be the Representative of District One in New Hampshire. Our News Director Christian Mower spoke with him this afternoon about his political stances and why he should have your vote. You can find the unedited interview in sections below.
Conway, NH- Conway Police are looking for the public’s help in identifying a Burglary suspect. According to Conway Police Friday morning officers responded to the North Conway Mountain Inn for a report of a burglary that occurred sometime during the night. The male responsible for the burglary was caught on video surveillance inside the office area of the Inn.
An undisclosed amount of cash was taken from the office before the male fled the scene on foot. This same male is believed to be responsible for at least one additional burglary that occurred at another local business in Conway this past weekend.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Conway Police Department at 603-356-5715.
Gorham, NH – Fish and Game Conservation Officers had a busy day yesterday responding to two search and rescue calls and a dirt bike accident. The first call came in at approximately 9:30 a.m. when a 911 call reported a dirt bike crash on the rail bed trail in Gorham. Fish and Game officials say that 27-year-old Gustavo Doleo of Lynn, Massachusetts narrowly escaped serious injury when he almost collided with a gate.
According to Doleo he was riding his dirt bike behind two of his friends, who were operating four wheelers which were creating so much dust he could not see, when the incident occurred. He said with the conditions he did not see the gate as he approached it. He was able to avoid a directly hitting the gate by laying the bike down, but suffered a leg injury in the process. There was no damage to the dirt bike. Gorham Police, Gorham Ambulance were the initial responders. Mr. Doleo was transported him to Androscoggin Valley Hospital (AVH) in Berlin for treatment.
The second call came in as an injured hiker on the Lion’s Head trail in Sargent’s Purchase. The hiker, identified as 68 year old Heide-Lore Mueller of Jena, Germany had been hiking down the trail with her husband when she slipped and injured her leg. A trio of hiker’s who were medical professionals, came upon Mrs. Mueller and recognized the extent of the injury and called 911 for help.
A rescue effort including volunteers from Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC), and Androscoggin Valley Search and Rescue (AVSAR), carried Mrs. Mueller down Lion’s Head to Alpine Garden trail, then up a section of Huntington Ravine trail to the Auto Road. She was then transported to Androscoggin Valley Hospital in Berlin for treatment of her injuries.
While the search and rescue mission was in progress on Mt. Washington, Fish and Game received another rescue call at Glen Ellis Falls. This call involved a man, identified as 29 year old Richard Trainor of Nashua, who according to witnesses, jumped from the top of the falls striking his head just before entering the water. Friends went to his aid, getting him out the water and calling 911. He was transported to AVH by Gorham Ambulance for treatment for his injuries.
Photo’s Courtesy of New Hampshire State Fish and Game
UPDATE: The man suspected of robbing a bank in Ossipee is under arrest. Later Wednesday Moultonborough police stopped a vehicle matching the get away vehicles description and took the driver into custody on unrelated charges. Soon after Ossipee Officers joined the Moultonborough Police to further investigate, and have now charged the driver 27-year-old William Cropsey of Rochester New York with the robbery. The investigation is still on going and anyone with information is asked Ossipee police at 539-2011.
Ossipee, NH – Ossipee Police are searching for a suspected bank robber who held up the Citizen’s Bank on route 16 in Ossipee around 1 o’clock Wednesday. According to Ossipee Police the suspect entered the bank, and handed the teller a note demanding cash. No weapon was shown or threatened.
He is described as being a white man about 20- to 25-years-old and was last seen wearing sunglasses, a black hoodie with green letters spelling Boston, a black hat, and tan pants.
After holding up the bank, the suspect fled in a black Toyota Highlander SUV headed South bound on route 16. Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call the Ossipee police at 539-2011.