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Amherst man charged for stalking, assault, stealing meds


February 17. 2017 1:40AM
Thomas Fallon, 48, of Amherst was ordered held on $50,000 cash/surety bail on charges accusing him of stalking and assaulting a woman and stealing some of her medication, according to police. (Nashua Police Department)

NASHUA — An Amherst man was ordered held on $50,000 cash/surety bail on charges accusing him of stalking and assaulting a woman and stealing some of her medication, according to police.

Thomas Fallon, 48, of 39 Sterns Road was arrested late Wednesday afternoon. At 3 p.m., officers went to a city residence for a reported domestic disturbance.

Police said Fallon punched and pushed a woman he knew and then fled the residence. He had prior bail conditions prohibiting him from contacting her.

The woman was treated at a local hospital for injuries that police said were not life-threatening.

Fallon was later located and arrested on two counts of simple assault; two counts of domestic violence; theft by unauthorized taking, and stalking.

Police said Fallon was convicted of domestic violence — stalking in September 2015 in 9th Circuit Court — Milford. As a result, the latest stalking charge was upgraded to a class B felony.

He was arraigned Thursday in 9th Circuit Court — Nashua. A probable cause hearing is Feb. 28.


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