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Manchester CrimeWatch: Graffiti charge keeps teen’s bail from changing
Adrian Hardisty, 17, of 40 Ashland St., is accused of spray painting graffiti at the Sununu Youth Center Jan. 11, causing $5,000 damage.
A probable cause hearing on the felony mischief charge was set for March 24.
Tanysha Johnson, 20, of 272 Lowell St., was hoping for personal recognizance bail at her appearance Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division.
Johnson, who failed to appear Dec. 11, 2013, in Circuit Court for a deferred sentence hearing on a theft by unauthorized taking charge, told Judge William Lyons that she is about to give birth.
Requests immediate action
Justin Reynolds, 27, of 9 Crosswoods Path, Merrimack, Monday asked Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Judge William Lyons to revoke his bail on the spot, instead of waiting for a hearing Tuesday on a bail revocation.
A bail revocation hearing is scheduled Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division for Darius Weekly, 20, of 219 Notre Dame Ave., who was arraigned Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a misdemeanor charge of resisting arrest.
Jacob Valley, 19, of 4 Bethel Court, protested the $25,000 cash/surety bail proposed by police prosecutors in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony charge of witness tampering, that alleges he tried to persuade a woman not to call police, and a misdemeanor of possession of a controlled drug (marijuana).
Lyons reduced the bail by $5,000, setting it at $20,000 cash/surety. A probable cause hearing on the felony was set for March 24, with a status hearing on the misdemeanor.
Erin Warren, 27, of 456 Pine St., Monday told Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Judge William Lyons that she didn’t know she had a court date Feb. 12 for a deferred sentence hearing on a simple assault conviction.
Bail was continued at $1,000 personal recognizance Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division for Brianna Harris, 23, of 305 East High St.
Harris pleaded innocent to a simple assault charge that accuses her of throwing a shoe at her boyfriend, hitting him in the back, at the East High Street address. Bail conditions bar contact with the alleged victim and bar Harris from a specific Granite Street address.
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