By Jo-Anne MacKenzie
---- — SEABROOK — Nearly 400 vehicles were stopped and 13 people arrested Friday at a sobriety checkpoint on Route 1-A.
The New Hampshire State Police Troop A, in conjunction with the Seabrook Police, the Rockingham County Sheriff’s Department and N.H. Liquor Enforcement conducted the checkpoint, stopping and screening people in 388 vehicles.
The following people were arrested:
Natasha Gobiel, 33, Andover, DWI.
Shawn Ingraham, 24, Danvers, DWI.
Daniel Schena, 31, Lowell, DWI.
James Ineson, 24, Amesbury, DWI.
Kenneth Larkin, 39, Hudson, DWI, possession of controlled drug.
Kelly Andrewchuk, 20, North Andover, possession of controlled drug.
Kenneth Yarnell, 50, Fitchburg, transporting drugs in a motor vehicle.
Justin Carnevale, 39, Pittsfield, possession of controlled drug.
Richard Whiteway, 36, Salisbury, possession of controlled drug.
Matthew Dube,18, Lawrence, possession of controlled drug.
Andrew Smith, 25, Hampton, operating while habitual offender.
Tiffany Ahearn, 26, Lowell, bench warrant.
Christopher Roy, 30, of Seekonk was charged with operating without a valid license, reckless operation and resisting arrest after he refused to stop for the police officers at the checkpoint. Roy was stopped shortly thereafter at the intersection of Route 1-A and Tyngsboro Street in Seabrook after fleeing from his vehicle on foot.
Those individuals arrested for DWI offenses are scheduled to appear in 10th Circuit Court in Seabrook at 1 p.m. Sept. 12.
All others charged are scheduled to appear in the same court at 1 p.m. Oct. 10.