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Samantha Perry, 27, of 323 Belmont St., was arraigned Friday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on charges of driving after suspension for Driving While Intoxicated, driving with a suspended registration and conduct after an accident, which involved four vehicles.
Perry asked for personal recognizance bail, saying she turned herself in last month on this set of charges and shows up in court. Judge Gregory Michael said: "It's not just a showing up in court issue." Michael said it's also a matter of protecting the public. He said some amount of cash bail is appropriate and set $500 cash/surety. Trial was set for Jan. 21, 2014.
A bail revocation hearing was set Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division for Miguel Dejesus Cruz, 42, of 429 Kelley St. Dejesus was out on bail on an October criminal threatening charge, alleging he threatened to go to a man's apartment and kill him while the man was sleeping, when Dejesus allegedly committed new crimes early Friday morning.
Four misdemeanors of simple assault allege he slapped the woman across the face, grabbed her by the arm and dragged her to a bathroom and punched her in the back of the head several times. A charge of endangering the welfare of a child alleges that Dejesus' girlfriend was holding her two-month-old son when Dejesus punched her and one of the punches struck her and glanced off, striking the infant in the back of his head.
Ethan Keenan, 23, of 286 Concord St., could enter no plea Friday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony charge of second-degree assault that alleges he strangled his girlfriend until she had difficulty breathing. He's also accused of assault, for allegedly punching her during an argument, and criminal mischief, for allegedly breaking a mirror.
Keenan asked for a break on bail, saying the woman he described as "my fiancee" was no longer at the Concord Street address. "(She) went to Mass. with her two older children," said Keenan. He said his two children are at a different address. "My kids are with someone they don't know," he told Judge Gregory Michael.
Police said when a Concord woman was brought to the police station for processing after her arrest on a lane infraction and an electronic bench warrant from Concord on a driving after revocation charge, she attempted to swallow heroin.
William Signor, 31, whose address is listed as the homeless shelter, didn't help himself by repeatedly interrupting Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Judge Gregory Michael during the arraignment process Friday.
Michael said it appeared Signor had court-appointed counsel, but Signor said he'd fired his court-appointed lawyer. Michael's repeated questions about why Signor had failed to appear in court were ignored by Signor, who kept interrupting and talking about his fiancee and two children and firing his lawyer.
Michael set bail at $300 cash/surety and trial was set for Jan. 21, 2014.
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