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Manchester Crimewatch: Man objects to bail request made by prosecutor
Court documents show the alleged victim told police that Lewis was angered when she tried to wake him up to go to work. When police located Lewis near Pine and Laurel streets, he told them she called police because she wanted him to go to work at Labor Ready and he didn’t feel like working.
Two burglary charges
Jennifer Duval, 27, of 54 Wilson St., could enter no plea Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to two felony burglary charges that allege she entered two other Wilson Street residences last month, taking a shirt from one and a bottle of prescription pills from the other.
Bail was continued at $5,000 personal recognizance, with conditions that include no contact with the woman whose prescription pill bottle Duval is accused of taking and a ban on any consumption of alcohol.
Says his address is jail
A city man charged with two counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault told a Circuit Court-Manchester District Division judge Thursday that his address is the Valley Street Jail.
Soto is under the umbrella of a six-month deferred sentence on a domestic-related criminal mischief plea in March.
2 claim residence with sister
Police said both men initially gave false names and they were charged with misdemeanor false report to law enforcement.
Vargas, who has Massachusetts convictions for carrying a dangerous weapon, breaking and entering and assault and battery, claimed not to remember anything about the incident.
Mieles, whose Massachusetts record includes drug, larceny, disorderly conduct and indecent assault convictions, also claimed not to remember what happened at the skate park. Police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier told the judge: “Alcohol and some other substances were found.”
Police prosecutors said Mieles had failed to appear in Salem for trial on 2012 charges of disobeying a police officer and operating after suspension. Bail on those charges was set at $500 personal recognizance, with a court date of July 24.
Police officers in the street crime unit made four arrests Wednesday night during a prostitution operation. Police said a conversation with a suspicious female in the area of Merrimack and Lincoln streets led to the woman’s offer to perform a sex act for money. Debra Defabio, 51, of 279 Concord St., was charged with prostitution.
Nicole Cangimilla, 30, of 358 Manchester St., and David Brook, 63, of 185 Hoyt St., were charged with indecent exposure.
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