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Manchester Crimewatch: woman who misses court often gets another chance
Tiffanie Ducharme, 22, who was arrested twice this year on prostitution and lewdness charges, was placed on probation in April as part of a negotiated plea.
A police prosecutor requested $5,000 cash/surety bail for Ducharme. She asked for personal recognizance bail, saying: “I’ll do anything I have to.”
In court Tuesday, Judge Michael was more forgiving and set bail at $1,000 personal recognizance, with a probation violation hearing set for July 16.
Tek Dahal, 29, of 244 Lake Ave., was arraigned Tuesday in 9th Circuit Court-District Division-Manchester on a misdemeanor assault charge. But the alleged victim, his wife, told Judge Gregory Mitchell she is not afraid of him.
Although Dahal, who speaks Nepalese, appeared to have difficulty understanding the judge, who said he was setting bail at $2,000 personal recognizance. “I’m going to let him go home,” said Michael, but with bail conditions that include: “No hitting. No fighting.” When Michael asked if Dahal drank alcohol and his wife responded it was only a little, Michael said bail conditions include: “No alcohol, none, zero.”
Tyler Scott, 18, of 340 Central St., could enter no plea to a felony criminal threatening charge Tuesday in 9th Circuit Court-District Division-Manchester.
Scott, who is not employed and told Judge Gregory Michael that his mother helps him out, is accused of threatening his mother during an argument. He’s accused of going into her bedroom and raising a baseball bat over his head, putting her in fear.
A city man Tuesday asked a 9th Circuit Court-District Division-Manchester judge to cut in half the $10,000 cash/surety bail sought by a police prosecutor on a felony charge of receiving stolen property and a violation of operating after suspension.
Judge Gregory Michael noted that he had put Gray’s license in default when Gray failed to appear on an October 2013 loitering/prowling charge.
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