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Judge orders competency hearing for accused stalker
The results of the evaluation could determine whether Dawn Marie Thompson, 43, of Haverhill, Mass., ultimately faces trial on charges of burglary, stalking and criminal mischief.
Hampton police said that prior to Thompson’s arrest on Aug. 9, they had been to the victim’s home at least six times for various reports of criminal mischief, burglary and harassment.
Campbell said in court papers that Thompson appears to have problems understanding the trial proceedings pending against her and the ability to assist in her own defense.
Thompson’s ex-boyfriend and another woman living in the home had recently moved to Hampton from York, Maine, where they also had their home broken into, according to Hampton police.
A second break-in — when the victim found Thompson inside the home wearing a mask — led to Thompson’s arrest.
Police officers came upon the woman walking in the area a short time later. Her car was found a few blocks away from the home near the area of Winnacunnet Road and Acadia Avenue, police said.
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