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Manchester man accused of stalking alleged assault victim
David Grimes, 56, who lists his address as the homeless shelter, told Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Judge William Lyons Wednesday he moved here from Portsmouth to get a fresh start.
Bail conditions bar Grimes from contact with the woman and bar him from her address, wherever that may be. Trial was set for June 17.
A bail revocation hearing is scheduled Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division for Andrea Reyes, 20, of 95 Constant St. Reyes was charged with stalking after she was seen sitting on a Maple Street stoop Tuesday with the person she is prohibited from contacting under previous bail conditions.
Pleads guilty to theft
Matthew Cote, 26, who is homeless, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a theft by unauthorized taking charge that alleges he took meat valued at almost $74 from Market Basket, 460 Elm St.
When it was his turn to enter a plea Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division, Stephen Burton, 26, of 455 Pine St., said he wanted to talk to prosecutors about his theft by unauthorized taking charge, but Judge William Lyons said that couldn’t happen because Burton had requested a court-appointed attorney.
So Burton pleaded innocent to the theft charge, which alleges he stole a PlayStation 3 from a person and sold it to an unnamed male. Prosecutor Kristen Taylor requested $2,000 cash/surety bail for Burton, saying he stole the item and “sold it to get drug money.” She said he has convictions in Florida, including second-degree assault, an assault conviction in Derry, and possibly, a pending charge in Florida.
Accused of mischief
Nicholas Lafond, 31, of 62 Cartier St., repeatedly asked Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Judge William Lyons for personal recognizance bail.
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