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Prescription Drug Collection Box
The Henniker Police Department is proud to announce the acquisition of a Prescription Drug Collection box that is now located in our lobby. Anyone interested in disposing of their unused or expired prescription drugs is welcome to deposit them in the box, free of charge. There is no information collected at the time of the dropoff and no inventory of items placed in the box at the time of dropoff.

The Prescription Drug Collection box was donated by the Capital Area Public Health Network in coordination with the Granite United Way.
Home Invasion Arrests
On October 9, 2015 at 9:00 PM the Henniker Police Department received a call of a home invasion at 77 Rush Road in Henniker. The caller reported two male subjects forced their way into his apartment and threatened him. The caller fled the apartment and stated that the two subjects were stealing his belongings.

Officers responded to 77 Rush Road and were given a description of the vehicle and the suspects involved in the incident to include a vehicle description and plate number.

With the assistance of the Hopkinton, Hillsboro, Bradford Police Departments and the NH State Police the area was canvassed and the vehicle was later located in the parking lot of the New England College Field House on Grove Street. In the vehicle the officers observed the items described as stolen from 77 Rush Road as well as marijuana. The vehicle was seized and officers later applied for and received a search warrant.

An extensive search for the subjects was conducted to include the use of a NH State Police dog and the suspects were later located and taken into custody.

Arrested was 21 year old Aaron Johnson of Lynn, Massachusetts was charged with burglary, and 19 year old Mark Arevalo of Malden, Massachusetts was charged with burglary, three counts of criminal threatening, and possession of drugs in a motor vehicle.

The investigation is ongoing and more arrest are expected.