Hooksett man charged with criminal mischief
HOOKSETT ? Police charged a Hooksett man with criminal mischief after he allegedly broke a computer during an argument with his wife.
On Sunday police responded to 67B Whitehall Road for a domestic disturbance and spoke with Tommy Burgan, 32, a resident.
Police say Burgan admitted to having an argument with his wife, during which he took the monitor to the home computer and tossed it out the back door, breaking it.
He was arrested, booked and released on $1,500 personal recognizance bail, and is due to be arraigned May 22 at the 6th Circuit Court in Hooksett.
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