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Nashua man indicted in assault against ex-girlfriend
A Hillsborough County Superior Court grand jury indicted Johnathan Ray Gerald, 30, of 58 Ash St., on six counts of second-degree assault, two counts of criminal threatening and one count of criminal restraint.
According to court documents, Gerald had spent the night at his ex-girlfriend’s residence at 48 D Chestnut St. when he became agitated the next morning because he could not purchase cigarettes.
The newest indictments allege he threw her into a lamp and threatened to kill her while pointing a utility knife and scissors at her.
Cauble was able to text her mother and a friend during the incident, at which time Gerald allegedly prevented her from leaving the apartment. Police were contacted, and authorities forced their way into the residence.
Authorities determined that a protection order was previously issued on March 9 prohibiting Gerald from having any contact with his ex-girlfriend.
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