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Manchester man charged with assault may face stiffer charges after prosecutor suggests he might be East High Street shooter
Yahtues, of 406 Hanover St., pleaded innocent to those charges at his arraignment Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division and trial was set for July 30.
The criminal threatening charge alleges he grabbed Willows by the neck and pulled from her back pocket a folding knife, opened the knife and told her: “I’ll kill your dog.”
Pelletier told Judge Thomas Barry that new information warrants changing the initial $3,000 cash/surety bail. Pelletier requested $10,000 cash-only bail.
The reporter said it appeared the bullet had penetrated the skin slightly.
According to the Lawrence, Mass., police log that appeared on a Massachusetts newspaper website Wednesday, Yahtues was arrested there at 1:16 a.m. Saturday on a charge of operating after suspension.
Pelletier asked that Yahtues’ bail conditions bar contact with Willows, bar him from Willows' East High Street address, or anywhere else she might reside, and require him to stay at least 300 feet away from her.
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