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Manchester Crimewatch: Bail revoked for man accused of harassing woman

Staff Report
October 16. 2013 9:00PM

MANCHESTER — A Goffstown man, accused of repeatedly telephoning a woman with whom he had a brief relationship, is scheduled for a bail revocation hearing Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division.

After being told by the woman that she did not wish any further contact, Ryan Poulin, 28, of 1 Kidder Court, allegedly called her at her place of work four times Sept. 30.

Poulin was free on $1,000 personal recognizance bail on that charge, scheduled for arraignment Oct. 25, when he was arrested for stalking.

The stalking charge alleges he sent a Facebook message to the woman Oct. 15 in violation of bail conditions on the earlier charge that barred contact. That prompted police prosecutors to file a motion to have Poulin’s bail revoked and have him held until trial, now set for Nov. 13 on both charges.

Marijuana in five baggies

Jose Miranda, 24, who provided what he said was his uncle’s address of 531 Hancock St. on an application for a court-appointed lawyer, told a Circuit Court-Manchester District Division judge Wednesday that he is unemployed.

Police arrested Miranda Tuesday night, after he was involved in a fight outside a restaurant and was allegedly found in possession of marijuana.

At Miranda’s arraignment, Judge Gregory Michael cited information in the police affidavit filed in support of Miranda’s arrest on a charge of possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute.

Michael said the officer reported there were five individually wrapped and tied-off baggies of marijuana, which Michael said would appear to be more than for personal use.

Because no plea can be entered to a felony in Circuit Court, a probable cause hearing was set for Oct. 29. A police prosecutor requested $3,000 cash/surety bail for Miranda, noting he was convicted of reckless conduct in October 2012 in Hillsborough County Superior Court. The judge set bail at $1,000 cash/surety.

Third theft is a felony

Kyle Bisson, 27, who provided what he said was his sister’s address of 1675 Elm St. on his application for a court-appointed lawyer, asked for personal recognizance bail on his arraignment on a felony theft charge Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division.

Bisson is accused of taking a $150 jacket from Sears. The theft charge is a felony because it is his third theft-related charge. Bisson said his prior theft convictions were years ago.

But in requesting $3,000 cash/surety bail, police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier said Bisson is under the umbrella of a suspended sentence on a Sept. 24 conviction for resisting arrest.

Judge Gregory Michael set bail at $1,000 cash/surety. A probable cause hearing was set for Oct. 29.

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