On Monday, June 24, 2019, the Lebanon Police Department received information about a wanted female’s location in an apartment building on South Street in Lebanon, and information that there was drug activity. The female, Marissa Rondeau, age 24, of West Lebanon, was wanted on a Lebanon warrant for Robbery, and Simple Assault, and had two electronic bench warrants as well.
When officers arrived on scene a male answered the door, identified as David Ferraro, age 37, of Lebanon, and refused to cooperate with officers and attempted to block them from contacting Rondeau. Officers eventually gained access to the residence and located Rondeau in the basement, where she resisted arrest. She was taken into custody. Ferraro was also taken into custody for hindering apprehension and falsifying evidence.
During the arrests, multiple drug paraphernalia items were observed in plain view in the residence. A search warrant was subsequently sought and granted for the apartment. During the search, heroin and pills were located at the residence.
Rondeau was charged with Robbery, a Class B Felony, Simple Assault, a Class A Misdemeanor, and two electronic bench warrants. Ferraro was charged with Obstructing Government Administration, a Class A Misdemeanor, and Falsifying Physical Evidence, a Class B Felony. Both parties were released on personal recognizance bail with a Grafton County Superior Court date of July 8, 2019.
Authorized by: Chief Richard R. Mello