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Manchester CrimeWatch: ‘College’ man being held on criminal charge
During the pre-arraignment session, before the judge takes the bench, Mashut repeatedly asked the police prosecutor to withdraw the motion, interrupting the prosecutor as he explained why he filed the motion.
Mashut told police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon: “I go to college ... I’ve changed my life.” He said if he has to wait for a bail revocation hearing Tuesday, he will miss class.
“I want to change my life,” Mashut said. Saying the damage was only about $100, Mashut asked: “You’re going to hold me for that?”
The mischief charge was set for a status hearing April 21.
Rodney Williams, 33, of 566 Western Ave., Henniker, could enter no plea Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to felony drug charges. Williams is accused of having heroin and marijuana in his possession, with intent to distribute, Saturday. He’s also accused of resisting arrest in connection with those charges.
Police said an officer spotted two men engaged in what appeared to be drug activity late Saturday afternoon in the area of Lake Avenue and Wilson Street.
After his arrest, police said, Williams was found in possession of five additional baggies, each containing about .5 grams of heroin, and five small baggies containing about 1 gram each of marijuana.
Matthew Boulanger, 34, of 16 S. Mammoth Road, could enter no plea Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony charge of reckless conduct that alleges he smashed a window within two feet of a woman and young child.Boulanger pleaded innocent to eight misdemeanor charges: three of simple assault, two of criminal mischief, two of obstructing report of a crime and one of false imprisonment.Police prosecutor said Boulanger has “gone berserk” and a small child was caught in the cross-fire.
Conditions of his $3,000 cash/surety bail include no contact with the woman or the child.
A preventative detention hearing was scheduled Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division for Diana Solesky, 38, of 215 Thornton St., who was arraigned Monday on a felony charge of reckless conduct.
Will live with dad
Fabrice Bizimana, 17, of 314 Lake Ave., pleaded innocent Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a simple assault charge and trial was set for May 7.
Bail was continued at $500 personal recognizance, with conditions barring contact with his mother and requiring him to live with his father at an Old Wellington Road address.
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