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Manchester Crimewatch: City man denies threatening 'anybody' with ax, tire iron
Martin, 49, of 425 Pine St., is accused of threatening two people with a tire iron and an ax Saturday evening.
Amanda Loiselle, 26, of 29 Orchard St., was arraigned Monday in Circuit Court on charges of theft by deception Nov. 18-22, 2013, when she allegedly wrote checks on another person’s account to pay Verizon and Comcast bills totaling more than $500.
Accused of assault
A Beech Hill Drive resident was arraigned Monday in 9th Circuit Court-District Division-Manchester on a felony reckless conduct charge and misdemeanors of simple assault and criminal mischief, for allegedly attacking a neighbor and her guests Sunday.
When her nephew came to her aid, she said, Serrano assaulted the teen, punching him repeatedly. Another guest who came outside was punched in the face by Serrano, according to the resident, who said her nephew and sister made it to their car, but Serrano picked up a brick and began hitting the driver’s door window.
Bail was set at $5,000 cash/surety, with conditions barring contact with any of the alleged victims and barring Serrano from the residence of his neighbor and from going within 300 feet of the alleged victims.
Men challenged to fight
A police officer who saw three people arguing in the area of Elm and Central streets at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday, saw one man punch one of the others in the face.
They said Wyman later confronted them outside the bar and challenged them to a fight, which they declined. They said Wyman then charged at one of them, punching him and causing some bleeding and swelling. That was when Aquino saw the trio and sought to stop Wyman.
Police responding to a robbery report at 545 Hooksett Road, early Sunday morning found a man being detained by several people outside the Papa Gino’s restaurant.
The man was identified as Zachary Janas, 31, of 15 College Ave. He was arrested and charged with robbery after police spoke with the clerk at nearby Hydro 101.
Bat used in threats
Two people were arrested Saturday after they allegedly threatened two other people with bats at a Granite Street residence. Isaiah Williams, 17, who is homeless, and Philip Joseph, 21, of 479 Hall St., were each charged with four felony counts of criminal threatening. Williams was also held for violation of bail conditions on an earlier charge and is scheduled for arraignment at a bail revocation hearing Tuesday morning in 9th Circuit Court-District Division-Manchester. No court date was provided for Joseph.
Shortly after the resident’s friend arrived, so did the challenger and another young adult, accompanied by a number of juveniles.
Sign wasn’t worth arrest
Unfortunately for Andrew St. Jean and Kyle Deegan, two police officers patrolling Elm Street at about 1:30 a.m. Saturday spotted three men at the corner of Elm and Manchester streets, one of them pulling a “Drive-up ATM” sign form the side of the Citizens Bank building.
Officer Justin Mangum caught the man who had ripped the sign off the building, but abandoned it during his flight. Mangum reported that St. Jean, 22, of 26 Boutwell St., Lunenburg, Mass., eventually stopped running and surrendered in the rear courtyard of the bank. St. Jean was charged with theft and resisting detention.
When an officer responded to a report of a stolen vehicle at 671 Corning Road shortly before 12:30 a.m. Saturday, he learned the 50-year-old owner had discovered his truck missing from the parking lot just before midnight.
Shortly after taking the stolen vehicle report, Officer Tom Ouellette spotted the stolen truck traveling on Corning road and stopped it as it pulled into the parking lot of Crystal Lake Apartments, 661 Corning Road.
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