HOOKSETT, NH – On July 1, 2016 at approximately 12:21 a.m. Hooksett Police responded to the Firebird Motel, 10 Bell Ave., for a report of a fight going on in the parking lot. When Officers responded they were able to identify one of the suspects as Donna Dupont, 48, who resides at the motel.
After further investigation, police determined that Dupont’s boyfriend, David Bougie, 41, who also resides at the motel, was outside near the alley of the motel with a prostitute, allegedly engaging in lewd activity. Dupont was upset by this and attacked Bougie, striking him several times in the face. Dupont then turned and struck another witness to the crime. When police attempted to question both Dupont and Bougie about the incident they were uncooperative and clearly intoxicated.
Dupont had been repeatedly warned by police to stop screaming and was told she was being placed under arrest for disorderly conduct. Dupont resisted at that time and after a brief struggle was taken into custody. As a result of her resisting arrest, Dupont sustained an injury to her mouth and knee. Dupont was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, simple assault and domestic assault. Dupont was later released on personal recognizance bail.
Bougie, who was uncooperative refused to give his name during the investigation, was arrested at the time for disorderly conduct and obstructing government administration and protective custody. Once Bougie’s identity was learned it was also discovered he had four electronic bench warrants with more than $3,600 in cash bail required.
Bougie refused to be bailed and was scheduled to be arraigned on July 1 at the Hooksett Court.