Police Arrest 10 at Sobriety Checkpoint

Officials say 419 vehicles were stopped in Portsmouth, NH

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    New Hampshire State Police

     Police made 10 arrests at a sobriety checkpoint in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Friday.

    According to New Hampshire State Police, 419 vehicles were stopped at the checkpoint on Spaulding Turnpike.

    Forty-three-year-old Sean Cottrill of Epping, 45-year-old Erik Barstow of Portsmouth, 40-year-old Raymond Sambuaga of Somersworth, 27-year-old Daniel Leduc of Dover, 26-year-old Benjamin Gosselin of Dover and 32-year-old Stephanie Nagy of Dover were charged with DWI.

    Nagy was also charged with transportation of drugs and traveling with an open container.

    Forty-five-year-old Paul Durkin of Stratham was charged with operating after suspension.

    Twenty-nine-year-old Anthony Montoya was charged with transportation of drugs.

    Twenty-year-old Marissa Santos of Dover was charged with transportation of alcohol by a minor.

    Thirty-two-year-old Derrick Hewitt of Brooklyn, New York, was charged with possession of a controlled drug.

    All of the suspects are scheduled to appear in court September 8 in Portsmouth.