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Manchester man faces 11 felony charges related to thefts
In requesting the high bail, police prosecutor Lt. Peter Favreau said Dargie was involved in several burglaries, including an August Spruce Street burglary cited in the felony burglary charge. Favreau said the charges are not just allegations. “There were admissions made,” Favreau told Judge William Lyons.
Eric Dorobiala, 30, of 267 Stonebridge Drive, Nashua, pleaded innocent Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to two violations of a domestic violence protective order.
Police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier said Dorobiala has prior convictions for violation of a protective order as well as for stalking and assault. She said he has convictions in both Nashua and Manchester and the Manchester convictions involve the same victim.
Admits anger is a problem
Matthew Miller, 40, of 49 Manchester St., pleaded innocent Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to charges of simple assault, criminal threatening, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Spotted peering into car
Police officers on patrol Wednesday morning noticed a man peering into a parked vehicle in the rear driveway of a Manchester Street address. When they approached, they reported the man appeared startled.
While the officers were speaking with Bernardini, the resident of the apartment came outside and told officers he had no idea who Bernardini was or why he would be looking in his car or knocking on his door. The officers noted that there was a camera in plain sight on the seat of the car.
In Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Thursday, Bernardini, 51, of 146 Pearl St., could enter no plea to the felony theft charge that alleges he took $129 in groceries from Stop & Shop on Lincoln Street July 20. The charge is a felony because he has twice been convicted of theft.
After Officer Nicholas Georgoulis stopped two people on bicycles in the area of S. Beech Street and Spring Garden Drive about 15 minutes past midnight Wednesday, he learned one of the two, Ronald Lievens, 21, of 229 Spruce St., had a warrant for criminal threatening from Derry.
At his arraignment Thursday morning in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division, Lievens told Judge William Lyons: “I’d like to request (personal recognizance) bail so I don’t lose my job.” Lyons said the attempted escape charge justified cash/surety bail. A probable cause hearing was set for Sept. 26.
Police seized 9.8 grams of suspected crack cocaine, about $2,100 in cash and an apparent ledger as evidence from a vehicle parked in Piscataquog River Park at 200 Precourt St.
While officer Jake Tyler was patrolling the park about 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, he observed a parked vehicle with two people inside and approached the vehicle to speak with the occupants.
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