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May 26. 2014 8:38PM

Sugar Hill man indicted on domestic violence charges

HAVERHILL — A Grafton County Superior Court grand jury has indicted a 52-year-old Sugar Hill man on five domestic violence-related misdemeanors that carry enhanced penalties because he was out on bail at the time.

Gabe West, of 340 Crane Hill Road, is charged with two counts of simple assault, criminal mischief, theft by unauthorized taking and obstructing the reporting of a crime or misdemeanor, all on March 23 in Littleton.

The alleged offenses took place after West was released on bail from Littleton District Court in October 2012, according to court records.

Other indictments the grand jury handed up at its May session include:

Two White River Junction, Vt., residents are facing robbery and related charges that stem from alleged incidents on Feb. 16 in Enfield.

Andrew Jacob Nott, 29, and Nitacia Pero, 18, both of 99 Willow Circle, are charged with robbery, conspiracy, reckless conduct and theft by unauthorized taking.

They are accused of victimizing a woman, with Nott using force to restrain the woman while Pero stole pills from her that had a value in excess of $1,000.

Nott is also accused in the indictments of holding back the victim’s arms while she was pepper sprayed, and Pero is accused of driving in a manner that caused the victim to fall off a vehicle, putting her at risk of personal injury. The charges are all felonies.

A 37-year-old Lebanon man is facing multiple sexual assault charges in connection with his alleged actions last year in that city.

Shallon B. Thorpe is charged with two counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault and four counts of sexual assault between Dec. 1 and Dec. 20, 2013, against a girl who was 13 or older but under 16 at the time, according to the indictments.

The two most serious charges are special felonies, the remaining four charges are class A misdemeanors.

James M. Mavicki, 38, of 31 Bristol Hill Road in Bristol is charged with committing simple assault while he was free on bail on March 11 in Bristol.

The charge is a class A misdemeanor with enhanced penalty.

bhookway@newstote.com


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