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March 19. 2013 9:13PM

After court session Monday, Manchester man comes back for charge

MANCHESTER - A city man who was arraigned Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on three felony stalking charges and a misdemeanor of possession of marijuana was back in Circuit Court Tuesday.

Juan Rivera Ortiz, 29, of 421 Manchester St., had failed to appear in court Dec. 13, 2011, for deferred sentence hearings on simple assault and criminal trespass convictions involving the same woman as the stalking charges.

Bail had been set at $50,000 cash/surety Monday, so bail on the deferred sentence hearing issue was set at $500 cash.

The deferred sentence hearings were reset for April 23, the same day as Rivera Ortiz's trial on the drug possession charge.

Alleged ring stealer

An Allenstown woman was arraigned Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony charge of receiving stolen property and a misdemeanor of theft by deception.

Ashley Martel, 24, of 35 Fullam Circle, could enter no plea to the felony charge that alleges she had in her possession a gold and diamond ring that she knew was stolen.

She pleaded innocent to the theft by deception charge that alleges she sold the stolen ring, valued at $3,800, to Cash for Gold, 8 Gabrielle St., for $100.

Court documents show police were able to view a photo of Martel and her boyfriend when she sold it. Under the city pawnshop ordinance that went into effect last year, buyers must upload a digital photo of the item and the seller to LeadsOnline within a day and must hold the item for 30 days before selling it.

The documents show the item was sold to the store Dec. 27, but when police checked more than 30 days later, the ring was gone.

A probable cause hearing on the felony was set for April 3 and trial on the misdemeanor was set for April 25. Bail was set at $500 cash/surety.


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