Domestic incident leads to Manchester man's arrest on burglary charge
MANCHESTER — A reported domestic incident on Baker Street Tuesday morning resulted in a city man being arrested for burglarizing his neighbor's home and stealing two rifles that he later stashed behind a store while trying to elude police, according to investigators.
Officers went to a Baker Street apartment at 11:20 a.m. for an incident involving a husband and wife.
The woman said her husband, Casey Currivan, 32, threw something at the television set, damaging the screen, and broke her cellphone when he threw it down the stairs.
He ran out of the apartment and headed north toward Queen City Avenue. Police located him at Queen City and Brown avenues.
They later found two rifles wrapped in a blanket behind the 7-Eleven store across the street from where he was stopped.
Police said Currivan broke a window at the neighboring Baker Street apartment he burglarized and cut his hand in the process.
He was treated at a city hospital for his hand injury and then taken to the Valley Street jail.
Currivan was arraigned Wednesday in 9th Circuit Court-Manchester on a burglary charge; two counts of theft by unauthorized taking or transfer; two counts of criminal mischief and falsifying physical evidence.
He is being held on $10,000 cash/surety bail with a probable cause hearing set for March 8.