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Florida authorities ask for more time to pick up NH fugitive
Frost, who is listed as homeless, was originally brought to Circuit Court July 30, on a fugitive warrant and a failure to appear in Rochester on a 2013 violation of unlicensed peddling/hawking. Frost told the judge he didn’t go to court because the court date was Christmas Eve.
But when Frost appeared in Circuit Court Friday morning, police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier told Judge Jay Boynton that Florida authorities arrived at the Valley Street Jail to pick up Frost Tuesday, only to be told they did not have the proper paperwork. When they came back Thursday, they found Frost, who is tall and heavyset, suffers from diabetes and they were concerned about his health on a driving trip back to Florida and decided to try to arrange a flight. “They need until the 15th to arrange a flight,” said Pelletier.
A police prosecutor Friday requested $1,000 cash/surety bail for Dustin Cheney, 34, of 133 Barnard Hill Road, Weare, who was arraigned on charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division.
Tara Zebrowski, 27, of 87 Harrison St., could enter no plea Friday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony charge of theft by unauthorized taking that alleges she stole jewelry, clothing and cash from her grandmother’s home. She pleaded innocent to theft charges that include taking college textbooks and other items from her sister, as well as a silver necklace, and selling them and also taking items from Hannaford.
Justin Wardell, 24, of 67 George St., could enter no plea Friday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony charge of burglary.
A police prosecutor requested $10,000 cash/surety bail for Wardell, saying he was employed at the Subway restaurant at 80 S. Main St. and returned after work on July 3 and stole $380.
Trystynn Sayter, 20, of 47 Reed St., Friday waived extradition on a fugitive warrant from Georgia in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division. Judge Jay Boynton gave Georgia authorities until midnight Aug. 15, to pick Sayter up. If not, she wil be brought back to Circuit Court Monday, Aug. 18.
Bonito said there was a question whether it was an extraditable warrant, but domestic violence prosecutor Andrea Lamy said there are actually two fugitive warrants, one extraditable anywhere and the other extraditable within 50 miles.
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