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Manchester Crime Watch: City man sought to fight charge representing himself
Barry said the ban on Neacy going at the address stands. The trial was set for Sept. 15.
Peter Chagnon, 44, of 336 Lake Ave., appeared resigned Friday in 9th Circuit Court-District Division-Manchester to being banned from the residence he shares with Rebecca Bent.
Chagnon was arraigned on misdemeanor charges of simple assault, criminal threatening, criminal mischief and false imprisonment stemming from an argument Thursday night.
A Deerfield man objected to a proposed $2,000 cash/surety bail at his arraignment Friday in 9th Circuit Court-District Division-Manchester. Stephen Wheelock, 44, of 13 Cotton Road, is accused of calling a woman’s cellphone and leaving a message, violating a protective order issued by the Family Court that is in effect until July 2015.
Wheelock said he couldn’t afford the proposed bail. “It’s not fair,” he said. “I just came out of jail 11 days ago.”
Two drug charges
Defense attorney Kyle Robidas tried Friday in 9th Circuit Court-District Division-Manchester to persuade Judge Thomas Barry not to revoke Chantele Wallace’s bail. He asked the judge to let Wallace stay with a sibling in a wooded area near Nashua, away from the woman she’s accused of assaulting and stalking, and away from drugs.
City prosecutor John Blanchard said between the first and second set of charges, Wallace’s drug activity had increased and so had her erratic behavior. Over a three-day period, he said, Wallace entered the alleged victim’s residence late at night without permission, stood outside and shouted for her, assaulted her, followed her to work and around the city. He said the women had dated for three years, but the victim broke off the relationship and Wallace wouldn’t accept that.
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