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Manchester Crimewatch: Man arraigned on charges of treatening his girlfriend
Police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon said Immigration and Customs Enforcement has put a detainer on Lopez, but he asked for $7,500 cash/surety bail “out of concern for the victim in this case.”
Judge William Lyons granted the prosecution request. Trial was set for Feb. 6.
A city man, currently held in Grafton County, was arraigned in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division by video Friday. It was the first video arraignment for the Manchester Division.
Almira Selimovic, 26, of 117 Dewey St., could enter no plea Friday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to three felony charges: attempted sale of a controlled drug, possession with intent to sell a controlled drug, and possession of a controlled drug.
Police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon requested a $5,000 cash/surety bail, with a hearing on the source of any funds offered for bail. He said Selimovic is out on bail from Hillsborough County Superior Court North and has two previous drug convictions, as well as convictions for breach of bail and violation of probation/parole.
Maria Camacho, 33, of 455 Union St., could enter no plea Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony robbery charge, so a probable cause hearing was set for Jan. 21.
Joel Marceau, 51, who is homeless, pleaded guilty Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a misdemeanor charge of simple assault and was sentenced to 360 days in jail, with all but 60 days suspended for two years of good behavior. He is also barred from contact with the woman.
Marceau’s attorney said both Marceau and his victim are homeless and go to some of the same places for services. In that situation, Judge Gregory Michael said: “He’s to walk away. No contact.”
A Londonderry woman, who has twice before been convicted of theft of property or services, was arraigned Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on felony charges of theft by unauthorized taking and receiving stolen property.
Responded to a text
Melissa Morrissey, 37, of 362 Hanover St., pleaded innocent Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a charge of violation of a protective order and trial was set for Feb. 6.
Morrissey told Michael that she lives in New York state, but responded to a text.
While a police prosecutor sought $500 cash/surety bail for Morrissey, Michael set bail at $500 personal recognizance after Morrissey promised to show up for trial.
Bail for Kathryn Shepard, 48, of 235 Agnes St., was set Thursday at $1,313 cash, the amount requested by Circuit Court-Derry District Division. Shepard owes that amount as restitution on a 2009 conviction of issuing a bad check.
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