Police: Skip Jury Duty and Go to Jail

Six local residents head to court on various charges following another warrant sweep by Haverhill Police. Five of the arrests, which occurred between 5:45 and 7 p.m., Thursday, took place following traffic stops. Charges range from failure to attend jury duty or driving without a license to assault or shoplifting.

In other police news, two men from Haverhill are due to be arraigned on drug-related charges after their arrests last night at a Franklin Street home known to police for past illegal drug activity.

Haverhill Police report 26-year-old Andrew Sullivan and 24-year-old Jordan Isaac, both of Haverhill, were charged with possession of a class A substance and conspiracy to violate drug laws. The arrests occurred shortly after 10:30 p.m., Thursday at 70 Franklin Street. An investigation is ongoing.

A Haverhill man is facing attempted burglary charges following his arrest Thursday evening at a neighboring home.

Haverhill Police report 33-year-old Daniel G. Valenti was charged with attempted breaking and entering in the nighttime, and possession of burglarious tools. The arrest occurred shortly before 8 p.m., Thursday, at 63 Varnum Street. He is due to be arraigned in Haverhill District Court.

One thought on “Police: Skip Jury Duty and Go to Jail

  1. Citizens are not cattle. The State’s obligation is not mine. The
    State must invite all, but it is an invitation. You cannot seize my
    body, time, and money.

    If you do choose to attend, look up jury nullification, fija.org can help.
    Judges are paid to lie about this.