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Loud music leads to drug, gun arrest in Manchester
He was arraigned later in the morning in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on felony charges of possession of a controlled drug with intent to sell, for having over 13 grams of crack cocaine packaged for sale, and felonious use of a firearm, for having a handgun loaded with six rounds in the vehicle.
Matthew Parsons, 19, could enter no plea Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a first-degree assault charge that alleges he stabbed his mother’s boyfriend late Thursday night at their apartment at, 541 Kimball St. A probable cause hearing was set for May 19.
She said her son was in the kitchen preparing food. She said she heard the sound of a folding knife opening and her son entered the living room and charged at her boyfriend, chasing him into a hallway and stabbing him in the upper right chest with a black handled knife with a 3- to 4-inch blade. She said Parsons then fled the apartment.
Court documents show Parsons will be staying with his father at an Ashland Street address if released on bail.
Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Judge William Lyons asked police prosecutors Monday if they were going to file a preventive detention motion for Danny Jaquez, 21, who allegedly held a gun to his head and said he wanted to commit suicide. Jaquez also allegedly cut himself on the chest and stomach with a knife and later allegedly shouted at police: “Kill me. Kill me.”
Trial on two misdemeanor charges of criminal threatening, one of resisting arrest and two of criminal mischief was set for June 32.
In Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Monday, Joel Marceau, 51, who lists the homeless shelter as his address, claimed the he was the victim of assault, not the person who committed the assault Saturday.
He said he knows some only by first names and others only by sight, so he could not identify them for a lawyer if he were stuck in jail on a cash/surety bail.
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