FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE >WANTED NEW YORK STATE PAROLEE CAPTURED IN CANAAN, NEW HAMPSHIRE
On Saturday July 4 at 10:55 PM, Officers from the Canaan Police Department conducted a motor vehicle stop on US Route 4 for defective equipment. During the motor vehicle stop, Officers attempted to identify a male passenger in the vehicle. The passenger provided a false name and did not possess identification. The female driver of the vehicle also provided false information about the male passenger. With the assistance of our Communications Personnel, eventually the Officers were able to identify the passenger as
ANTHONY ALEXANDER, 25 years old, of Claremont, New Hampshire
Alexander was found to be a wanted parolee from New York State. He had a nationwide extradition warrant for PAROLE VIOLATION – DANGEROUS DRUGS.
Alexander was arrested and transported to the Grafton County House of Corrections where he was held without bail. He will be arraigned on Monday July 6th in the 2nd Circuit Court, District Division – Lebanon on a charge of being a Fugitive from Justice. Alexander was also issued a summons to appear in court for Obstructing Government Administration.
The female driver of the vehicle
ALLA ROSE EVANS, 30 years old, of Claremont, New Hampshire
was issued a summons for Hindering Apprehension and Obstructing Government Administration. She will also face charges of Failure to use Child Restraints – Subsequent Offense. Evans was issued a citation for failing to obtain a New Hampshire driver’s license within sixty days of residency.
AUTHORIZED – SAMUEL W. FRANK, II CHIEF OF POLICE PHOTOGRAPHS AVAILABLE – contact:SProvenza@CanaanPolice.com