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In wrong courtroom
As far as Manchester police prosecutors were concerned, Robert Conway, 23, of 235 Cameron St., was in the wrong court Monday morning.
The reason Conway was in Merrimack on a Goffstown charge of violation of a protective order was because there wasn’t a sitting judge in Goffstown Monday. Manchester could have handled the arraignment for Goffstown along with its own charges.
He could enter no plea to felony charges of false imprisonment, aggravated felonious sexual assault, criminal threatening and three simple assaults.
Reardon said Conway has three active domestic violence petitions in addition to the one he’s accused of violating in the current charges in Manchester. He also said Conway is subject to a 72-hour probation hold.
Trevor Drew, 23, of 165 Golfview Drive, Monday told a Circuit Court-Manchester District Division judge that he was surprised to be charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle because it was his grandmother’s.
Judge William Lyons set bail at $2,000 cash/surety and trial was set for July 15.
A preventive detention hearing is scheduled this morning in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division for a city man arraigned Monday on charges of simple assault, criminal threatening, criminal mischief and obstructing the report of a crime.
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