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For Immediate Release
December 2, 2016
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Trooper Brandon Girardi

Multiple People Arrested after Audit of Inspection Station, Gorham

The New Hampshire State Police recently concluded a six-month investigation that resulted in the arrests of Allen Demers, age 57, of Gorham, NH; Alan Moody, age 51, of Whitefield, NH; Randall Grondin, age 44, of Bethel, ME; and Luke McGillicuddy, age 24, of Gorham, NH.

On May 20, 2016, Trooper Brandon Girardi and Automotive Equipment Inspector Logan Ramsay of the New Hampshire State Police – Troop G went to Berlin City Ford, located in Gorham, NH, in order to conduct a routine audit of the automobile dealership and inspection station.

During the course of the audit, Trooper Girardi discovered that employees of Berlin City Ford had been improperly conducting New Hampshire State Safety Inspections. Trooper Girardi learned that employees, who were not authorized by the Division of Motor Vehicles as Certified Mechanics to conduct New Hampshire State Safety Inspections had conducted numerous improper State Inspections. Additionally, Demers, who is the Service Manager for Berlin City Ford and Moody, who was a Supervisor, had allowed employees access to the New Hampshire On Board Diagnostics and Safety Testing (NHOST) computer network in order to complete unauthorized State Inspections.

A similar routine audit was conducted at Berlin City Chevrolet, located in Gorham, NH, where Trooper Girardi learned that employees at that location had also conducted improper New Hampshire State Safety Inspections. Trooper Girardi learned that Grondin, who is the Service Manager for Berlin City Chevrolet, had also allowed employees access to the NHOST computer network in order to complete unauthorized State Inspections.

Demers was charged with Computer Crimes; Criminal Solicitation to commit Tampering with Public Records; Criminal Solicitation to commit Unsworn Falsification; and Criminal Solicitation to commit Counterfeit, Unauthorized, or Forged Stickers. He surrendered himself at the Gorham Police Department on November 21, 2016. He was released on $2,500 Personal Recognizance bail pending an arraignment at the 1st Circuit – District Division - Berlin Court on January 31, 2017.

McGillicuddy was charged with Computer Crimes; Tampering with Public Records; and Counterfeit, Unauthorized, or Forged Stickers. He surrendered himself at the Gorham Police Department on November 21, 2016. He was released on a summons pending an arraignment at the 1st Circuit – District Division - Berlin Court on January 31, 2017.

Moody was charged with Computer Crimes; Criminal Solicitation to commit Tampering with Public Records; Criminal Solicitation to commit Unsworn Falsification; and Criminal Solicitation to commit Counterfeit, Unauthorized, or Forged Stickers. He surrendered himself at the Gorham Police Department on November 23, 2016. He was released on a $1,500 Personal Recognizance bail pending an arraignment at the 1st Circuit – District Division - Berlin Court on January 31, 2017.

Grondin was charged with Computer Crimes; Criminal Solicitation to commit Tampering with Public Records; and Criminal Solicitation to commit Counterfeit, Unauthorized, or Forged Stickers. He surrendered himself at the Gorham Police Department on December 2, 2016. He was released on a summons pending an arraignment at the 1st Circuit – District Division - Berlin Court on January 31, 2017.

The New Hampshire State Police was assisted in the investigation by members of the Division of Motor Vehicles.

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Allen Demers

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Randall Grodin

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Alan Moody

   
 
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