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Manchester CrimeWatch: Mother asks judge for a break in her bail
Angela Arriaga, 31, of 214 Wilson St., was in court for arraignment on a felony theft by unauthorized taking charge that alleges she was caught by loss prevention officers as she left the Macy's store at the Mall of New Hampshire with $2,600 in merchandise.
Judge Gregory Michael declined to lower the bail amount, saying this is Arriaga's fourth or fifth similar charge. A probable cause hearing was set for Dec. 23.
Jesse Theriault, 26, of 7-A Ash St., pleaded not guilty Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to two simple assault charges that allege he pushed his girlfriend and punched a man in the face several times.
He can't go home
Joseph Richard Bard, 29, who listed his address as 77 Bismark St., cannot go there under conditions of his bail set on two charges each of criminal threatening and criminal mischief, and a charge of violation of a protective order.
Brett Hoover, 22, of 2 Highview Circle, Raymond, was arraigned Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony charge of receiving stolen property, two misdemeanors of receiving stolen property and three misdemeanors of theft by deception.
According to court documents, at the time of his arrest, Hoover was also facing charges of theft and burglary in Raymond.
Wander found wandering
When police responded to reports of an accident at South Willow and Kaye streets about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday night, they found an unoccupied BMW sedan that had crashed into a light pole on the median.
Cunningham identified Frederick Wander, 49, of 31 Southwoods Road, Chester, as the registered owner of the BMW.
Wander was arrested and charged with operating under the influence of liquor and conduct after an accident.
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