A 30-year-old Hudson, N.H. man and a 23-year-old Derry, N.H. woman are facing charges connected to a Sunday night burglary in Nashua after police got an unrelated call and identified them both as suspects in a burglary that had occurred about 20 minutes earlier.
Nashua Police said in a press release that they were called to a home on Denton Street for a reported burglary Sunday about 5:28 a.m.
Officers got a description of a suspect, but found no one in the area.
At 5:48 a.m., police got an unrelated call reporting two “disorderly subjects” at the Motel 6, 2 Progress Avenue, Nashua.
Officers who went to Motel 6 recognized that Jeffrey Schilling, 30, of 35 River Road, Hudson, matched the description of the burglary suspect.
Once Schilling, pictured above at left, was taken into custody, officers investigated further and determined that Gabriella Redmond, 23, of 14B Sundown Drive, Derry, drove Schilling to and from the burglary.
Schilling was charged with burglary. Redmond was charged with criminal liability to burglary.
They both face up to 7 years in prison, and probably should have kept it down when they got to Motel 6.