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3 face disorderly conduct charges in Durham after Super Bowl incident

Union Leader Correspondent

February 20. 2018 8:42PM
From left, Parker Lundsted, Dustin McCann, and Zachary Lazzaro. 

DURHAM — Three men have been arrested for what police describe as disruptive behavior after the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl loss earlier this month.

About 1,000 people flooded downtown Durham after the Feb. 4 football game. People in the crowd chanted expletives about the Super Bowl-winning Philadelphia Eagles.

UNH student Parker Lundsted, 19, of Rindge, was caught on camera climbing a light pole. He is charged with disorderly conduct.

Dustin McCann, 19, of Hampton, was seen climbing a town-owned tree and is charged with disorderly conduct. McCann is not a UNH student.

Zachary Lazzaro, 20, of Jaffrey, is accused of slamming traffic cones on the ground. He is charged with disorderly conduct. He is not a UNH student.

The three men turned themselves in on Monday and were released on $500 personal recognizance bail. They will be arraigned at Dover Circuit Court on April 5.

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