KEENE, NH (CBS) – Police in Keene, New Hampshire have identified and arrested a person they say was involved in last weekend’s riots. Jacob Clark, 19, of Chichester, New Hampshire, is charged with one felony count of Reckless Conduct.
Police say Clark threw a beer bottle at a police officer during disturbances near Keene’s annual pumpkin festival on Saturday.READ MORE: Pedestrian Seriously Injured In Hit-And-Run Crash In Somerville
Clark was released on $500 cash bail and will be arraigned on November 6th.
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On Saturday, dozens were arrested and about 30 people were injured as hundreds of people threw beer cans and bottles at police and ripped up street signs. Police used pellets and pepper spray to try and disperse the crowds.
On Wednesday, police released several pictures of people involved in the incidents. Since then, they have received more than 100 tips. Police say Clark “was identified by numerous citizens.”
Anyone with information can contact the Keene Police Department at (603) 357-9820, or visit the department’s website for information on submitting an anonymous tip.MORE NEWS: Freight Train Engineer Shot With Pellet Gun In Wareham
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