Faces Charges of Criminal Trespass
On Wednesday, August 22, 2018, at approximately 6:00 a.m. the Claremont Police Department received calls for a report of a male that had entered a residence on Summer Street without authority to do so. The male then left the residence. The description was a tall white male who was not wearing a shirt. Officers responded to the area in an attempt to locate this person. While checking the area, additional calls came in for a male that had entered a residence on Pleasant Street and had again left the residence. According to a statement by Claremont Police Chief Mark Chase, "Sgt. McDevitt saw a subject that matched the description on Pleasant Street but this person then ran away towards Green Street and entered another residence but soon exited the residence. Officers again located this male on Pleasant Street and upon being located this person ran from the police through the woods and was soon arrested."
This person was identified as: Taylor Cahill, 28, Manchester, NH.
Cahill was charged with four counts of Criminal Trespass and one count of Resisting arrest or Detention. He was held and later arraigned at the Claremont Circuit Court and held on cash bail.
The criminal investigation remains ongoing at this time, and further charges could be filed, said Chase. Anyone with information about this investigation is encouraged to contact Claremont Police at 603-542-9538.