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North Haverhill man indicted on criminal threatening, other counts
During that incident, according to Haverhill police, Nicholas Amature threatened to use the loaded 12-gauge shotgun he was carrying to kill approaching officers.
Grafton County prosecutors requested that a judge keep the December indictments secret, fearing that Amature, no longer in custody at the time, could act on his threats against police once he discovered he had been indicted on the three Class B felonies and two Class A misdemeanors, all with enhanced penalties.
Amature was re-arrested in early January after he was indicted, according to the records, and is now being held at the Grafton County jail in North Haverhill on $50,000 bail.
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