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Accused New Ipswich bank robber says he shouldn’t be on the streets
Accused New Ipswich bank robber Eric Lord, 43, of Greenville, appeared in Jaffrey district court Wednesday afternoon. (Meghan Pierce Photo)
Lord, 43, of Greenville, was arrested by Massachusetts State Police in a commercial building in Leominster around 2 a.m. on Feb. 22.
The felony robbery charges allege Lord purposely threatened a bank teller and purposely put her in fear of physical force by handing her the note that read, according to his arrest affidavit, “I HAVE A GUN Count $4,000 in 100 dollar bills to me 30 seconds or some one get hurt.”
“I want help, that’s all I want. I don’t need a court appointed lawyer at this time,” Lord said.
New Ipswich prosecutor Michael Beausolel asked that Lord be held without bail, but when pressed by Runyon who said Lord was entitled to bail, Beausolel requested a high bail — $200,000 cash — be set.
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