MANCHESTER — Brian Valder, 28, of 32 Russell St., complained Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division about bail conditions barring him from his residence.
Valder could enter no plea to felony charges of second degree assault and attempted aggravated felonious sexual assault and two misdemeanors of simple assault, as well as a stalking charge that alleges he returned to the Russell Street address after being released on bail on the assault charges.
Police prosecutors filed a bail revocation motion and a hearing was set for Tuesday. A probable cause hearing on the felony charges was set for Aug. 20 and trial on the misdemeanor counts was set for Nov. 5.
Valder told Judge William Lyons that the stalking charge is “quite unjust.” Valder said, “(She) doesn’t even live there.”
He claimed the alleged victim committed perjury by saying she lived at the Russell street address. He also said he was told he could return to Russell Street.
Trooper nearly struck
Prosecutor Steven Mangone successfully obtained $20,000 cash/surety bail for a city woman accused of swerving and nearly striking a New Hampshire state trooper seeking to pull her over on Bridge Street.
Diane Bergeron, 51, of 405 Bartlett St., could enter no plea to felony charges of reckless conduct and habitual offender. She pleaded innocent to charges of disobeying a police officer, resisting arrest and a red-light violation.
Mangone said the trooper, with a flashlight, was waving Bergeron over for a stop on Bridge Street when she allegedly swerved sharply to the right, forcing the trooper to jump out of the way to avoid being struck.
Mangone said Bergeron has a previous habitual offender conviction and there is a hold on her from Coos County on another habitual offender charge.
A probable cause hearing on the two felony charges was set for Aug. 20. Trial on the misdemeanors was set for Nov. 1.
Michael Fisher, 29, of 537 Central St., could enter no plea Monday to a felony charge of second-degree assault that alleges he grabbed a woman with both hands and pulled her out of bed, causing her to fall to the floor and sustain a fractured wrist. He pleaded innocent to a misdemeanor threatening charge.
Prosecutor Mangone successfully sought bail of $10,000 cash/surety, noting Fisher has several previous domestic-related assault, threatening and mischief convictions dating back to 2007, although the victims are different.
A probable cause hearing on the felony charge was set for Aug. 20 and trial on the misdemeanor charge was set for Nov. 1.
Accused of multiple calls
Hernan Calderon, 24, of 14 O’Malley St., pleaded innocent to a misdemeanor stalking charge, saying, through an interpreter, “Not guilty, because she took the protective order away.”
Calderon is accused of violating bail conditions on a simple assault charge involving the woman by making 22 calls to her over an hour’s time Saturday.
A bail revocation hearing was set for Tuesday. Trial was set for Nov. 1.
Living in Nashua
Jesse Bridger, 26, of 423 Hall St., pleaded innocent to a simple assault charge that alleges he punched and pushed his boyfriend.
Bridger objected to the description of the alleged victim as his boyfriend, saying: “We haven’t been together since 2010.”
He also objected to a bail condition barring him from the Hall Street residence, saying the alleged victim has a residence in Nashua and that he has nowhere else to go.
A call by the police department’s domestic violence advocate established that the alleged victim would have all his belongings out of the Hall Street apartment by 2 p.m. Monday, after which Bridger could return home.
Bridger’s bail was continued at $1,000 personal recognizance, with conditions barring contact with the alleged victim. Trial was set for Nov. 8.