15 Arrested For Durham Super Bowl Celebration Gone Awry
(Durham, NH) -After a 2 week investigation, Durham Police have been able to identify 15 people who caused damage to several vehicles during a celebration of the Patriots Super Bowl win on February 5th.
Police say that the vast majority of the 3-thousand or so people who gathered that night were in a celebratory mood, but the 15 people identified through photos taken at the scene jumped on the parked vehicles, causing enough damage that they were deemed a total loss by insurance carriers.
Because of the extent of damages, all 15 arrested were charged with Felony Level Criminal Mischief and are free after posting PR bail.
Those arrested were:
Garrett Colantino, 22 of Reading, MA Cheyenne Collins, 19 of Taunton, MA
Elizabeth Connolly, 19 of Dorchester, MA Sophia Benedetti, 20 of Danbury, CT
Germán Ortiz, 24 of Bedford, NH (not a UNH student)
Jean Douglas, 19 of Canandaigua, NY Nicole Grabe, 19 of Fairfield, CT
Malik Carter, 18 of Sandwich, NH Shaan DeJong, 19 of Hooksett, NH
William Glynn, 19 of Norfolk, MA (not a UNH student)
Kyla Robinson, 18 of Hooksett, NH (not a UNH student)
Tyler Young, 22 of Epping, NH Kaitlin Goulart, 18 of Falmouth, MA
Michael DeAngelis, 20 of Trumbull, CT Michael Barbieri, 19 of Newton, MA
Unless noted, the arrested is a University of New Hampshire student.
The Durham Police Department was assisted in this investigation by the University of New Hampshire Police Department as well as the Strafford County Attorney’s Office.