Police: Chipotle worker had night deposit stolen
June 10. 2013 10:21PM
MANCHESTER — An employee for Chipotle Restaurant, 926 S. Willow St., reported that he was robbed of the night deposit around midnight Monday, police said.
He told police he left the restaurant about 11:40 p.m. Sunday and planned to walk to the deposit next door to the Bank of America. But he was jumped from behind, knocked to the ground and punched in the back of the head.
The bag contained several thousand dollars, police said. The robber is described as a white male wearing a hooded sweatshirt and camouflage pants.
Nottingham resident charged in drug case
MANCHESTER — Nottingham resident William Stevens, 31, was charged with possession of prescription drugs and possession of heroin when he was found near 36 Taylor St. early Monday morning slumped over the wheel of a car, police said.
Business damaged, no theft apparent
MANCHESTER — Two offices at Granite State Tire and Battery, 945 Hanover St., were ransacked early Sunday morning, but it appears nothing was stolen, police said.
Police said they found an open second-floor window when they investigated. A car beneath the window was damaged, leading police to believe the burglar jumped from the window onto the parked car.
Neighbors said they heard noises around 3 a.m.
Undercover officers allege heroin find
MANCHESTER — Undercover officers with the Street Crime Unit arrested Manchester resident Randy Dorr, 42, Sunday evening and charged him with possession of 4.7 grams of heroin.
Police said the driver was acting suspiciously when he pulled into the Club Mont Royal, 594 Somerville St.
Police: Hit-and-run suspect was hiding
MANCHESTER — Police found a suspected hit-and-run driver crouching behind a large metal trash bin Sunday evening, with stolen license plates stuffed down his pants and alcohol on his breath.
Police charged Manchester resident George Krause, 54, with conduct after an accident, drunk driving and falsifying physical evidence.
Krause fit the description of the man behind a Mustang that struck three cars on Amory Street Sunday about 6:20 p.m. police said. The car was last seen driving north on Notre Dame Avenue, and a license plate number provided by witnesses matched a stolen plate out of Candia, police said.
The car, without plates, was found at the wood line behind 377 Kimball St. Police Sgt. John Patti also found Krause hiding behind a nearby the trash bin.