Public defecation in Campton leads to felony arrests

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CAMPTON — Police say they arrested two people in Campton last week.

Police say they observed a vehicle in the breakdown lane of I-93 with an individual outside defecating on the road at around 2:00 a.m. on Jan. 25.

Police stopped to investigate and observed signs indicating that the 45-year-old driver and 31-year-old passenger were under the influence of drugs.

As a result, the driver was arrested for driving under the influence, public defecation, and criminal mischief after attempting to kick out the back window of the police cruiser.

Police say the female passenger was taken into protective custody, and both were transported to the Grafton County House of Corrections.

Campton Police seized the vehicle and were granted a search warrant which yielded a quantity of controlled drugs to include suspected heroin and/or fentanyl and buprenorphine.

Police also located a taser, which the passenger is prohibited from possessing due to a prior felony conviction.

Campton Police applied for and were granted arrest warrants on both individuals, who were located and arrested yesterday by the Whitefield Police Department.

The female was charged with possession of controlled drugs and possession of self defense weapons by felons prohibited.

She was held on preventative detention pending arraignment in the Grafton County Superior Court.

The male was additionally charged with possession of controlled drugs and released on PR bail to appear in the Grafton County Superior Court for arraignment.

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