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A Derry man pleads innocent to falsely claiming a master electrician license
Court documents show police allege Pratte used a former employee’s master electrician license number on his website “with an apparent purpose to deceive,” representing himself as a licensed electrician. The documents also show Pratte surrendered his own journeyman license as part of a settlement agreement with the state electricians board in 2002.
Trial set for April 29
Derek Gagne, 24, of 541 Bartlett St., who failed to appear in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division April 7 for arraignment on a felony drug charge and misdemeanors of theft by unauthorized taking and resisting arrest, was arraigned Tuesday after being arrested on a bench warrant.
Says he doesn’t have a gun
Shane Duhaime, 43, of 25 Laval St., pleaded innocent Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to misdemeanor charges of simple assault and criminal threatening.
Duhaime told Judge William Lyons that he doesn’t own a gun, and he wasn’t going to get one from a friend.
Lyons set bail at $750 cash/surety, with conditions barring contact with the alleged victim and barring him from her residence. He must also comply with the police department’s booking process before being released. Trial was set for May 15.
A man accused of violating a domestic violence protective order by calling his ex-girlfriend Tuesday told a Circuit Court-Manchester District Division judge: “(She) is actually having my child.”
Police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier requested a $3,000 cash/surety bail for Bivens, who has convictions for second-offense operating after suspension and aggravated driving while intoxicated.
Arraigned in felony thefts
Morrissey was also charged with operating after suspension as a habitual offender for driving and disobeying a police officer for giving his brother’s name when stopping.
Requests to go to rehab
Jeffrey Hall, 26, of 494 Wilson St., could enter no plea to a felony charge of possession of a narcotic. He pleaded innocent to a contempt charge that alleges he committed a new crime while out on bail on a theft charge.
During the course of the investigation, Hall was found in possession of a small amount of heroin. He was also charged with contempt because he was out on personal recognizance bail on the theft charge. He had also failed to appear in court in January on an October 2013 criminal trespass charge.
Hall told Judge William Lyons that he’s ready to get off drugs, saying: “I’ve been on drugs for six or seven years.” Hall said his father overdosed, his girlfriend is in prison because of them, and he’s ready for rehab. If he could be slid right into rehab, he said, he would like personal recognizance bail. Otherwise, said Hall, he had no problem with the $2,000 cash/surety bail. Trial was set for May 15.
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School's out for voters
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