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Manchester woman arraigned for making false assault report

May 20. 2014 10:22PM

MANCHESTER — A city woman who claimed she was sexually assaulted by a store clerk was arraigned Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a misdemeanor charge of false report to law enforcement.

Shelley Hernandez, 38, of 45½ Jones St., was arrested on a warrant alleging she made a false report May 5. Hernandez claimed she was sexually assaulted by a clerk at the 7-Eleven Store at 234 Mammoth Road, but a prosecutor said surveillance from the store showed the alleged assault never happened.

Bail was set at $500 cash/surety for Hernandez, who is out on bail from Hillsborough County Superior Court North on theft and drug charges stemming from a January incident at another retail establishment. Bail conditions bar Hernandez from contact with the 7-Eleven store clerk and bar her from the Mammoth Road store. Trial was set for June 17.

Judge adds waiver

A Florida man, Richard Hogan, 26, of 2045 Fairoak Drive, Clearwater, Tuesday told a Circuit Court-Manchester District Division judge: “I have no plans to go back to Florida.”

But Judge Thomas Barry added to bail conditions a requirement for Hogan to sign a waiver of extradition, so that if Hogan should leave the state before resolution of simple assault charges, he could be returned without a hearing.

Hogan said he has family in the area, but has not been able to contact them yet, although he expects to be able to stay with family members.

Hogan pleaded innocent to two counts of assaulting his girlfriend, allegedly kicking her in the right hamstring area and spitting in her face. He also pleaded innocent to false imprisonment, for allegedly grabbing her by the wrist and arm and pushing her back into the room and onto a bed at the La Quinta Inn on Front Street.

In addition to the extradition waiver, conditions of Hogan’s $1,000 cash/surety bail include no contact with the alleged victim and not going to her residence. Trial was set for June 17.

Had an excuse

Wayne Webber Tuesday told a Circuit Court-Manchester District Division judge that he had a good reason for missing a Hooksett court date on a driving after suspension charge.

Webber, 41, of 143 Revere Ave., said: “I was incarcerated at Valley Street (jail).” Webber said he had been arrested Dec. 3, 2013. He was a passenger in a vehicle stopped in Manchester and was arrested on a drug charge after officers reported he tried to conceal pills with this foot.

Although the warrant from the Hooksett court called for a $500 cash bail, Judge Thomas Barry set bail at $500 personal recognizance. But he warned Webber that if he fails to appear in Hooksett District Division on May 28 and another warrant is issued, Webber will be sitting in jail for a while.

Barred from address

Derek Bohl, 26, of 67 Prospect St., Franklin, pleaded innocent Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to two simple assault charges that involve pushing an ex-girlfriend, including pushing her onto a couch.

Bohl, who is free on $2,000 personal recognizance bail, is barred from contact with the alleged victim, barred from going to 577 S. Main St., and barred from any consumption of alcohol. Trial was set for June 25.

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