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Manchester Crimewatch: City man charged with threatening, reckless conduct released on bail
Frank Pickering, 30, said he could stay with his mother at 20 Barton Hill Road, Loudon. He said he has no money for cash/surety bail. “Currently, I’m unemployed,” said Pickering, who said he was laid off and hasn’t started receiving unemployment compensation.
Chrissy Bruscato, 33, pleaded innocent Friday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a misdemeanor charge of simple assault. Bruscato, who said she is living with her parents at 6 Feng Drive, Raymond, is accused of assaulting her 16-year-old daughter on Sept. 9, 2013, at a Bradley Street residence.
Bruscato allegedly was engaged in an argument and pushed the girl toward a bathroom door, causing the girl to fall and hit her face on the frame. According to court documents, the girl suffered a cut and swollen lip and a minor abrasion on one knee.
Mehmedovic is accused of shoving his mother, pushing her back into a counter, and of damaging a number of items, including a stove burner, picture frame and plate.
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