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Man dragged by vehicle charged with two felonies
Police said the weapon, found next to Rynasko was a small .380, which was missing the magazine, but did have one round in the chamber.
A girl was standing next to him; both were well-dressed, she said. At one point, another girl came over, spoke to them and then departed.
“My dog would bark, believe me,” she said.
The criminal threatening charge alleges Rynasko pointed a loaded firearm in the face of Spencer Little and the reckless conduct charge alleges he pointed a loaded firearm in a vehicle which could have placed another (Rivard) in danger of serious bodily injury.
He also asked that the bail conditions be modified to allow contact with Rivard, but Judge Gregory Michael said he wouldn’t modify the bail conditions unless Rivard appears in court.
A probable cause hearing was set for Aug. 19, so a judge can determine whether there is enough evidence to send the case to the Hillsborough County North grand jury for possible indictment.
Union Leader reporter Mark Hayward contibuted to this report.
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