According to a press release by the Nashua Police Department, Colton Seymour, 24, of 28 Hampshire Drive, is charged with two counts of the class B felony, Reckless Conduct and the class A misdemeanor, Resisting Arrest. Each of the felonies is punishable by imprisonment for up to seven years in the state prison in addition to fines, while the misdemeanor charge is punishable by incarceration for up to one year in a county house of corrections.
Police said that at about 10:40 p.m. Thursday the Nashua Police Department received reports of a subject discharging a firearm in the area of 28 Hampshire Drive. Upon arrival, patrol officers found two vehicles parked outside of an apartment building at 28 Hampshire Drive. Both vehicles had damage consistent with being struck by a bullet.
Further investigation led police to Colton Seymour, who was hiding on his second floor apartment deck. Officers were able to gain entry into the apartment and Seymour was taken into custody after a brief struggle. Officers recovered the firearm used in the incident.
Detectives of the Criminal Investigations Division followed up the incident and learned that Seymour had fired two rounds, from his deck, at the two parked vehicles, which were unoccupied at the time of the shooting.
Seymour was being held at the Nashua Police Department on $7,500 cash bail and was scheduled to be arraigned in the 9th Circuit Court, Nashua District Division on Friday, September 21, 2013.
Source: Nashua Police Department
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