NH man arrested in WHEB harassment case


Bruce Loudenslager, 59, of Goffstown, NH had two loaded guns in his car when he was alleged to have harassed DJs at Clear Channel’s WHEB-FM Portsmouth, NH. He was arrested 11/14 on a warrant saying he violated a court order by contacting the Rock station again.

Loudenslager was arrested after being nabbed in Manchester, NH for allegedly trespassing at a WHEB office, said Deputy Police Chief Stephen DuBois. Loudenslager was first arrested 7/18 near the Portsmouth WHEB studio after employees said they coaxed him out of the building, but he remained in a car parked in an adjacent lot.

Police said they found him in the car with two loaded Glock .45 semi-automatic handguns and determined he was not licensed to carry them. WHEB employees previously complained that Loudenslager made harassing phone calls to the station related to commentary on the “Greg and the Morning Buzz” show, according to The Portsmouth Herald.

He was convicted in September for two counts of carrying a loaded handgun without a license and given a suspended 90-day jail sentence and $500 fine. Conditions of the suspended time and fine included his having no contact with WHEB employees.

DuBois told the paper city police filed a motion to impose the suspended 90-day jail sentence and fine. He said Loudenslager was held in county jail on cash bail, which he posted 11/16 to secure his release.