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Manchester CrimeWatch: Two men charged in Macy’s theft in Manchester
Bail conditions bar contact with the loss prevention officer and bar Molina from the Mall of New Hampshire.
Police said Leo Dos Reis, 25, of 512 Milton St., was working with Molina in a shoplifting scheme that devolved into a robbery and he was charged with criminal liability to robbery, criminal threatening, for allegedly saying he had a gun and would shoot, as well as resisting arrest.
Dos Reis insisted he wasn’t involved in the robbery, telling Judge William Lyons that he was just shopping and didn’t know Molina.
Accused of firing shots
Alexis Nieves, 28, of 137 Massabesic St., could enter no plea Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony charge of reckless conduct.
The prosecutor said Nieves is subject to a suspended six-month sentence in connection with his guilty pleas Friday in Circuit Court to November 2013 charges of drug possession, second offense operating without a valid license and speeding.
Police prosecutors Monday successfully sought $100,000 cash/surety bail in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division for a former university student accused of aggravated felonious sexual assault.
Police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon said another man involved in the incident has fled the country, going to Saudi Arabia, and police want to keep Mohandi from fleeing the country.
Reardon requested bail conditions barring Mohandi from contact with the alleged victim, barring him from leaving the state and requiring a signed waiver of extradition before release on bail. “We are concerned for the safety of the victim,” said Reardon.
DWI, drug charges
A Chichester man was arraigned Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony charge of possession of a narcotic (heroin) and a misdemeanor of Driving While Intoxicated.
Ryan Pelletier, 38, of 568 Beech St., pleaded innocent Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to six simple assault charges and one of criminal mischief. He is accused of assaulting his girlfriend and several other people and of throwing his girlfriend’s television off a dresser.
Pelletier asked Judge William Lyons to send him to a different jail, saying of Valley Street: “I will not go back there.” But Lyons told him that the Legislature gave the power to jail superintendents to determine where a prisoner will be housed.
A Derry man who is out on parole was arraigned Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony robbery charge. Aaron Drolet, 35, of 49 Frost Road, could enter no plea to the felony, which alleges that during a theft from the Macy’s Store in the Mall of New Hampshire, he kicked and punched a loss prevention officer who attempted to stop him.
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