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Man impersonating friend arrested on friend's warrant

PORTSMOUTH - A New Castle man showed police his friend's driver's license to avoid arrest, but was arrested anyway when police learned the friend was wanted on a warrant, according to court records.
Police allege Jared Maddock, 25, of 174 Wentworth Road, was taken into custody on his friend's warrant, but when his true identity was revealed, it showed Maddock was also wanted on a warrant. Five other charges followed.
According to an affidavit by Officer Erik Widerstrom, he answered a domestic call on Pleasant Street at 11:14 p.m. August 30 and based on a witness description, detained a man who provided a driver's license identifying him as from North Hampton. The suspect was arrested when Widerstrom learned there was a warrant for the North Hampton man's arrest, according to court records.
Back at the police station, the man confessed he was Maddock and was also wanted on a warrant, his from Exeter District Court for driving after revocation, according to Widerstrom's affidavit. While Maddock was being booked for that charge, the officer found him in possession of a knife, marijuana and three false driver's licenses, according to court records.
As a result, Maddock is scheduled to be arraigned in Portsmouth District Court Monday on a count of being a felon in possession of a deadly weapon - a folding knife - with a Sept. 2, 3003 robbery conviction from Rockingham County Superior Court. He is also charged with a class A misdemeanor count of drug possession and three class A misdemeanor counts of driver's license prohibitions for having three bogus licenses, two from Maine and one from Florida.

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Picked Wrong Friend In Attempt To Avoid Arrest

PORTSMOUTH, NH - A New Castle man showed police his friend's driver's license to avoid arrest, but was arrested anyway when police learned the friend was wanted on a warrant, according to court records.
Police allege Jared Maddock, 25, of 174 Wentworth Road, was taken into custody on his friend's warrant, but when his true identity was revealed, it showed Maddock was also wanted on a warrant. Five other charges followed.
According to an affidavit by Officer Erik Widerstrom, he answered a domestic call on Pleasant Street at 11:14 p.m. August 30 and based on a witness description, detained a man who provided a driver's license identifying him as from North Hampton. The suspect was arrested when Widerstrom learned there was a warrant for the North Hampton man's arrest, according to court records.
Back at the police station, the man confessed he was Maddock and was also wanted on a warrant, his from Exeter District Court for driving after revocation, according to Widerstrom's affidavit. While Maddock was being booked for that charge, the officer found him in possession of a knife, marijuana and three false driver's licenses, according to court records.
As a result, Maddock is scheduled to be arraigned in Portsmouth District Court Monday on a count of being a felon in possession of a deadly weapon - a folding knife - with a Sept. 2, 3003 robbery conviction from Rockingham County Superior Court. He is also charged with a class A misdemeanor count of drug possession and three class A misdemeanor counts of driver's license prohibitions for having three bogus licenses, two from Maine and one from Florida.
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