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Manchester high school senior arraigned on felony robbery charge
Tylen Jennings, 19, of 923 Valley St., did not think he should be in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Thursday. He complained: “I got arrested in my own home.”
Police said Jennings was arrested and charged with criminal threatening because he allegedly called his ex-girlfriend and demanded to see her, saying: “I’ll kill you if you don’t come over.”
David Dionne, 40, whose address is listed as the homeless shelter, said the charges on which he was arraigned Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division were “trumped up.”
The woman told police that Dionne had called her Oct. 7 and said: “I’m coming to your house and I’m going to kill you.” Police filed a criminal threatening charge based on that allegation.
Dionne is currently being held in Merrimack County on a charge of duty to report. He is required to report regularly as a sex offender as a result of his 2004 conviction for attempted aggravated felonious sexual assault. A police prosecutor requested $10,000 cash/surety bail for Dionne, with conditions barring contact with the two alleged victims.
Couple is divorcing
Bakita Lado, 41, could enter no plea Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony charge of second-degree assault that alleges she put both hands around her husband’s neck during an argument Tuesday and squeezed until he had difficulty breathing. A probable cause hearing was set for Nov. 13.
An officer responding to the residence said there were no marks on the husband’s throat, but the bite mark of a human mouth was on Lado’s left wrist.
Says she is ‘clean’
Briana Beliveau, 26, pleaded innocent Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a theft by deception charge that alleges she took items from the shelves at Home Depot, 129 March Ave., and “returned” them for a gift card.
Police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier, noting Beliveau’s most recent conviction for willful concealment and receiving stolen property was in July, said her record of convictions goes back to 2005.
Beliveau asked for personal recognizance bail, telling the judge: “Sitting in jail, that’s not going to help me.”
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