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Manchester Crimewatch: Woman asks court for excuse note for missed class
Fortier is accused of putting $21.95 in merchandise in her purse May 5 and leaving Market Basket, 460 Elm St., without paying. She is free on $2,000 personal recognizance bail, with conditions that include not going to Market Basket. A trial was scheduled for July 14.
Oscar Gutierrez Cardona, 28, of 324 Lake Ave., pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of operating without a valid license and violating rules for passengers, by having a 1-year-old child in the rear of the vehicle without the child being buckled into a safety seat. The charges resulted from a police stop May 26 on Lake Avenue, near Union Street, for an equipment violation.
Gutierrez Cardona had requested the assistance of a Spanish language interpreter for the arraignment and plea, but he began to answer the judge in English before the interpreter could repeat the questions in Spanish and the answers in English. “Wait for the interpreter,” Judge John Emery said in English, and interpreter Angela Hoke repeated the direction in Spanish for Gutierrez Cardona.
Finally, Gutierrez Cardona was able to enter his plea to both charges. He was fined $100, including the penalty assessment, on the violation of operating without a valid license. A $100 fine on the car seat violation was suspended for one year of good behavior.
Leslie Therrien, 40, of 80 Lucille St., was in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on Tuesday on a warrant from Derry District Division for her failure to appear there on a restitution issue in connection with a 2011 theft conviction. Therrien said: “Restitution is being paid out of my paycheck.”
A man in the gallery, who told Judge Emery he is Therrien’s husband, said they both work at Market Basket. He said they don’t have money for the $1,000 cash/surety bail on the Derry warrant, but would be able to pay the $50 fee Tuesday.
The judge reduced the Derry bail to $500 cash/surety. Therrien is scheduled to appear in Derry District Division on June 16. She is scheduled to appear in Manchester on the license violation July 31.
A man who negotiated a plea to speeding on the Bridge Street Bridge with police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier on Tuesday morning, in advance of his arraignment in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division, might have had second thoughts when he appeared before Judge Emery.
A warrant for failure to reimburse the Office of Cost Containment for attorney fees brought Angela Lunderville, 23, of 11 Newman St., Hillsborough, to Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on Tuesday morning.
Denies heroin was his
Nathaniel Smith, 44, of 165 Conant St., could not enter a plea in circuit court to a felony charge of possession of a narcotic on Tuesday morning, so a probable cause hearing was set for June 24.
The judge set bail at $1,500 cash/surety.
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