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Manchester Crimewatch: City man arraigned on 'theft spree' charges
Reardon said Merrimack police also had arrest warrants for Smith in connection with incidents in that town. Trial on all the Manchester charges was set for Feb. 20.
A city man who was out on bail following his arrest Nov. 13 on multiple charges of assault, threatening and mischief, as well as a felony count of second-degree assault, was barred by his bail conditions from any use of alcohol or narcotics, from committing new crimes and from any contact with his alleged victim or going to her residence.
Chapman allegedly struggled with Officer Jon Levasseur, who was trying to handcuff him, and shouted and swore after being told not to do so, attracting the attention of people in the area.
Police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon filed a motion to revoke Chapman’s bail, and a hearing was set for Friday morning. Trial on the new charges was set for Feb. 20.
Bail was set at $25,000 cash/surety Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division for Tyler Payne, 28, of 48 Arthur Road, Weare.
Hooksett police had sought to arrest Payne on two felony warrants, but he fled into Manchester, driving a Ford F250 truck, with Hooksett cruisers in pursuit.
Police from both Hooksett and Manchester police surrounded Payne, who had to be removed from the vehicle and still struggled during handcuffing. He was first taken to Hooksett for booking and later returned to Manchester for booking.
Charged with graffiti
Zachary Haselton, 28, of 3 Ascot Court, Bedford, was charged with criminal mischief Thursday morning for allegedly spray painting graffiti in the parking garage at 1155 Elm St.
Wood didn’t see anyone in the area, but returned an hour later and says he saw a man identified as Haselton spray painting a pencil image on another wall.
Several cans of spray paint were found in a duffle bag in the back seat of the vehicle belonging to Haselton.
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