WOMAN’S BODY FOUND IN CAMPTON – ACTIVE INVESTIGATION At approximately 8:20 am, Monday, August 5, 2019, the Campton Police Department responded to a wooded area in the vicinity of Six Flags Mobile Home Park and A&H Automotive in answer to a report of a woman’s body being found. Upon arrival by Campton police and Campton-Thornton Fire Rescue, it was determined that the woman was deceased and an investigation to determine what occurred is underway. Preliminary information has determined that there is no danger to the public. The deceased has been identified as Mariah “Maya” Malcolm, 29. Her last address is listed as “homeless” but she is believed to have been residing in and around the Six Flags Mobile Home Park in Campton. The investigation is continuing and is being conducted by Campton Police, NH State Police, and the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. An autopsy is scheduled for August 6, 2019 in Concord, NH.
If you have any information that might aid investigators in this matter, please contact Detective Jim Morton at (603) 726-8874 or by email email@example.com
For the period of July 1 - July 31, 2019 the police department investigated 165 incidents, made 14 arrests, and responded to 651 calls for service. Incidents included assaults, drug offenses, suspicious persons, driving under the influence, trespassing, harassment, disorderly conduct, fraud, thefts, and other offenses.
The following is a summary of arrests made by officers during this period. Please note that juvenile and town ordinance offenses are not included.
A 28 year old male was arrested on a warrant for a Theft that took place on Ellsworth Hill Road
A 20 year old male was arrested on Interstate 93 for Stalking and Indirect Criminal Contempt of Court
A 48 year old female was arrested on a warrant for Theft, Obstructing Government Administration, and Falsifying Physical Evidence that took place at multiple locations in Campton
A 57 year old female was arrested on Overlook Road on a warrant for Plymouth Police Department
A 44 year old male was arrested on a warrant for Driving After Revocation or Suspension and Driving Without Giving Proof that took place on Interstate 93
A 44 year old female was arrested on a warrant for 2 counts of Willful Concealment, and Indirect Criminal Contempt of Court that took place on US Route 3
A 44 Year old female was arrested on a warrant for Criminal Trespass and Indirect Criminal Contempt of Court that took place on Vintinner Road
A 47 year old male was arrested on NH Route 49 for Driving After Revocation or Suspension
A 31 year old male was arrested on NH Route 49 for Driving After Revocation or Suspension
A 28 year old male was arrested on US Route 3 for Felony level Possession of Controlled/Narcotic Drugs
A 30 year old female was arrested on US Route 3 for Felony level Possession of Controlled/Narcotic Drugs
A 32 year old female was arrested on US Route 3 for Operating with Suspended Registration
A 30 year old male was arrested on a warrant for Domestic Violence Assault and Simple Assault that took place on Riverside Drive
Additionally the Campton Police made 186 motor vehicle stops issuing 164 warnings and 22 citations and investigated 3 motor vehicle accidents. ... See MoreSee Less
A Conversation Regarding The Mount Prospect Academy in Campton - Continued. The long-awaited followup to the original conversation is scheduled for Tuesday, August 13 at 7pm in the Community Room of the Campton Municipal Building. We have invited Brady Serafin, Director of Operations to join our roundtable. All are invited. ... See MoreSee Less
Chief Warn Recognized For 20 Years of Service as Chief of Police
During the Selectmen's meeting on July 29, 2019 Chief Christopher Warn was recognized for his 20 years of service as the Chief of Police to the Town of Campton and the Campton Police Department.
Chief Warn began his law enforcement career in 1981 in Allenstown and graduated from the 64th NH Police Academy. After working in various agencies, the Chief came to Campton in 1990, became a Sergeant in 1992 and the Chief in 1999. Chief Warn is currently the longest active serving Chief of Police in Grafton County.
Please join us in recognizing Chief Warn for his ongoing dedication and service to the Town of Campton and the Campton Police Department. ... See MoreSee Less
We need the public’s help in locating Victor Westerling. Victor has been missing since about 3 a.m. this morning. He was last seen in the area of River Ridge Rd. in Plymouth. Victor is 18 years old who has autism (Asperger's). Victor chooses to stay mute, but he can talk and hear.
Victor is 6 foot tall, 130 lbs and has blue eyes. He was last seen wearing a dark colored hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, flip flops and carrying a black and gray Under Armour back-back.
Please call Plymouth PD (603) 536-1626 with any information. ... See MoreSee Less
For the period of June 1 - June 30, 2019 the police department investigated 112 incidents, made 6 arrests, and responded to 430 calls for service. Incidents included assaults, drug offenses, suspicious persons, driving under the influence, trespassing, harassment, disorderly conduct, fraud, thefts, and other offenses. The following is a summary of arrests made by officers during this period. Please note that juvenile and town ordinance offenses are not included. A 21 year old male was arrested on NH Route 175 for Driving or Operating Under the Influence and False Report of an Accident A 31 year old female was arrested on Interstate 93 for Driving After Revocation or Suspension, Possession of Controlled Drugs, and Indirect Criminal Contempt of Court A 23 year old male was arrested on NH Route 49 on a Bench Warrant A 31 year old male was arrested on NH Route 49 for Driving after Revocation or Suspension A 32 year old male was arrested on Interstate 93 for Driving or Operating Under the Influence A 45 year old male was arrested on NH Route 49 for Driving after Revocation or Suspension and on a Bench Warrant Additionally the Campton Police made 95 motor vehicle stops issuing 83 warnings and 12 citations and investigated 5 motor vehicle accidents. ... See MoreSee Less
The Campton, NH Police Department is accepting applications for a Full-Time Police Officer to fill an immediate position.
The annual base range for NH Full-Time Certified Police Officers is $47,515 to $50,830. The starting pay is negotiable based on experience level. Starting salary for officers who have not yet completed the NH Full-Time Police Academy is $45,305. Employees receive a benefits package to include 13 paid holidays, vacation leave, accrued sick leave, personal leave and enrollment in the NH Retirement System. Employees are offered a choice of health insurance plans with either 93% or 85% of the monthly premium covered by the Town. Employees who are covered by another health insurance plan receive an additional $5,100 annually.
Candidates must pass a physical agility test, oral board, psychological exam, polygraph exam, and medical physical, as well as an extensive background investigation.
Applicants must be a US citizen, 21 years of age prior to receiving a conditional offer of employment, and must possess a High School diploma or GED equivalent. Military service and/or a college degree is desirable, but not required.
The Police Department is currently comprised of 7 full-time officers. Officers work rotating shifts and provide 24 hour coverage to approximately 3,300 full-time residents with an increase of population during tourist seasons.
Interested candidates are to send a cover letter and resume to Campton Police Department, PO Box 127, Campton, NH 03223, Attention: Chief Christopher Warn. If you have any questions, you can contact Ms. Janet Woolfenden, Secretary to the Chief of Police, or Sgt. Kevin Foss at (603) 726-8874 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. EOE/AA. ... See MoreSee Less
On June 4, 2019 at approximately 6:20AM Campton Police stopped a vehicle on Interstate 93. The 31 year old female operator was subsequently arrested for driving after suspension and indirect criminal contempt of court. During the arrest she was also found to be in possession of a quantity of suspected heroin/fentanyl. Following the arrest she was bailed to appear in the Grafton County Superior Court on 06/24/19. ... See MoreSee Less
On June 2nd, 2019 at approximately 7PM Campton Police responded to Route 175 in the area of Strong Road for a reported motor vehicle crash involving a single vehicle in to a brook.
The 21 year old driver was driven to Speare Memorial Hospital for injuries sustained in the crash. As a result of the police investigation he was charged with driving under the influence and bailed to appear in the Plymouth Court on June 12th. Further charges are possible as the investigation continues. ... See MoreSee Less
On May 5, 2019 at approximately 2:10PM Campton Police stopped a vehicle on NH Route 49 for a traffic violation. The 29 year old male operator was subsequently arrested on an outstanding Campton Police warrant for unlawful wiretapping (class B Felony) and found to be in possession of a quantity of suspected heroin/fentanyl (class A Felony). Following his arrest he was bailed to appear in the Grafton County Superior Court on 05/20/19. ... See MoreSee Less
On Friday, May 3rd, 2019 at approximately 11:15PM Campton and area police were dispatched to a reported wrong way driver on Interstate 93.
Several reports were made of a vehicle with no headlights traveling southbound in the northbound lane. Shortly after Campton police located a single motor vehicle crash in the area of Owl Street and the Interstate 93 overpass.
The driver, a 22 year old male was transported by Campton-Thornton Fire Rescue to Speare Memorial Hospital in Plymouth with undisclosed injuries.
On scene investigation revealed enough evidence to place the operator under arrest for driving under the influence. The driver was released on personal recognizance bail with an arraignment date of May 20th, 2019 in the Plymouth Circuit Court. Additional charges are possible as the investigation continues.
Any persons driving in the area who witnessed the suspected driver or who may have information regarding this incident are encouraged to contact the Campton Police Department at 603-726-8874. ... See MoreSee Less
UPDATE - US Route 3 near Livermore Falls is now open. DOT has filled the culvert and allowing traffic through. Please use caution. A more permanent solution will be completed on Tuesday. ... See MoreSee Less
EMERGENCY ROAD CLOSURE A section of U.S. Route 3 north of Plymouth has sunk, causing the closure of the road. NH DOT is working to resolve the issue, but detours are being set up at Route 3 at the 93 and Fairgrounds Road area, as well as Route 3 at the Blair Road intersection. For local travelers, the actual location of the sink hole is in Cook's Corner, just north of Livermore Falls and is affecting the entire width of the roadway. The last accessible residence from the south is 1247 US Rt 3.
We have officers in the area to assist travelers and will followup this post when the road is reopened. ... See MoreSee Less