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Charged in Vegas, violent past here
Jackson faces Las Vegas charges that include murder, attempted murder, burglary, kidnapping and robbery in connection with incidents that left one victim dead and another not expected to survive.
Then known as Natasha Hamer, and living on Calef Road, she was found guilty April 4, 1997, of a simple assault that occurred Sept. 23, 1996, given a deferred nine-month sentence and barred from contact with a “Jennifer T.”
Hamer had apparently had enough of New Hampshire for the time being, because her next convictions were for misdemeanor battery in 2005 and 2006 in Las Vegas.
Hamer next appeared in the Manchester court system on five criminal mischief charges, accused of slashing tires in the area of Pine and High streets, and disorderly conduct, for refusing at first to drop the knife and of repeatedly shouting obscenities Sept. 11, 2011. By then, her address was 452 Pine St. Hamer was released on $1,000 cash/surety bail, scheduled for trial Dec. 5, 2011.
She was arrested on a first-degree assault charge, accused of hitting her sleeping boyfriend, Ryan DeFabio, 23, in the head with a claw hammer Nov. 2.
DeFabio told police they had argued in his apartment at 370 Amherst St., but they had made up and he had fallen asleep on the couch. He said Hamer took his license, ATM card and $220 after assaulting him. Those items, with the cash totaling just $206, were placed in evidence after Hamer’s arrest.
Aspiras noted the county had failed to request an extension before expiration of the 90-day limit for obtaining an indictment that was set in a May 7, 2004, memo issued by then Superior Court Chief Justice Robert Lynn.
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