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Hooksett woman charged with misusing 911
Police said about 7:45 p.m. Monday an officer was sent to 130 Mammoth Road at Carrington Farms for a reported 911 call for non-emergency reasons.
He found Jeanie Dufresne, 66, intoxicated and incoherent inside her apartment. The officer asked if there was an emergency and Dufresne told him no, she just wanted to talk to someone, according to police.
Dufresne was arrested for misuse of 911, breach of bail conditions and resisting arrest.
She refused services of a bail commissioner and was taken to the Merrimack County jail in Boscawen pending arraignment.
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