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Concord, Londonderry, Salem Residents Arrested In Sex Offender Roundup | #childpredator | #kidsaftey | #childsaftey

CONCORD, NH — Concord police and the New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force rounded up seven people on various charges including sex offender registration, parole violations, drug possession, and child endangerment charges.

The enforcement surge occurred Tuesday during about a 12-hour period starting in the morning and ending around 11:30 p.m., according to Deputy U.S. Marshal Andrew Grillo. Concord detectives organized the effort while the marshal’s service assembled the team. Rockingham and Strafford county sheriff employees and police from Greenfield, Manchester, and Nashua assisted in the surge operation.


“After breaking into teams,” Grillo said, “lists of wanted individuals with an array of crimes ranging from sex offender registration and parole violations to narcotic-related offenses and child endangerment charges were distributed.”

Arrested were:

  • Tommi Allen, 44, incarcerated, on two counts duty to report and one count registration of online identifiers, all felonies.
  • Jack Barton, 53, of Concord on eight felony counts of duty to report.
  • Brian Bilodeau, 63, of Concord on common nuisance and two possession of a controlled drug charges, all felonies.
  • Brad Lizotte, 58, of Londonderry on a parole warrant from the state of New Hampshire Parole Board and three felony duty to report charges.
  • Rodney Moody, 53, of Concord on two felony duty to report charges.
  • Pamela Sprizza, 45, of Salem on methamphetamine related crimes near a child, endangering the welfare of a child, and four possession of controlled drug charges, all felonies, as well as default or breach of bail conditions.
  • Barry White, 52, of Concord on two felony duty to report and four felony registration of online identifiers charges.

Barton, Bilodeau, Moody, and White were all released on personal recognizance and due in Merrimack County Superior Court on Sept. 14. Sprizza was also released on personal recognizance and is due in Merrimack County Superior Court on Sept. 21. Allen and Lizotte refused bail and was arraigned Wednesday.

William R. Hart, Jr., the U.S. Marshal for the District of New Hampshire, said officials took pride in working with other law enforcement agencies.

“Ensuring children are protected and registered sex offenders are being appropriately tracked are among the most important and worthy missions deserving our time, attention and resources,” he said.

Concord Police Chief Bradley Osgood was also grateful for the support.

“This collaboration with our law enforcement partners,” he said, “is vital to keeping our communities safe in New Hampshire.”

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