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Man charged with giving police false name, address
After an agreed to search of his vehicle, he was arrested and arraigned a few hours later in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on charges that included possession of a narcotic with intent to sell (crack cocaine), carrying a weapon without a permit and unlawful possession of a prescription drug. He told officers the $2,000 in cash they found belonged to his sister, police said.
Raul Santiago, 33, was back in court Tuesday facing all the same charges, plus two new ones: disobeying a police officer, for providing a false name and date of birth, and being a felon in possession of a dangerous weapon, police said. He was convicted of narcotics possession in Los Angeles in 2011.
The bail and court dates remain the same: $10,000 cash/surety, with a hearing on the source of funds offered for bail, and a probable cause hearing on the felonies May 19 and trial on the misdemeanors June 5.
Charged with stalking
When police responded to 739 Grove St., around noon Monday for a domestic situation, they found Jesse Delgrecco, 26, who was out on $3,000 personal recognizance bail on felony assault and criminal threatening charges that bar him from returning to the address, police said.
Delgrecco said there had been a court hearing on a 2012 domestic violence petition earlier Monday, and when the woman didn’t show up, the petition was vacated. According to the documents, he told officers he assumed that meant he was allowed to return to the Grove Street address.
As a result, Delgrecco was arrested for stalking. He was arraigned on the new charge Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division. Police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier filed a motion to revoke Delgrecco’s bail for violating conditions. A hearing was scheduled for Wednesday morning.
Alfred Nyonee, 18, of 82 W. Brook St., was arraigned Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on charges of receiving stolen property and contempt.
It was the third set of charges this year for the Manchester High School West basketball player. He was arrested Jan. 23 for attempted theft of a laptop from a West High School classroom, and on March 3 for disorderly conduct, in connection with a fight at the high school.
Bail was set at $5,000 cash/surety, and trial was set for May 29.
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