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Manchester Crimewatch: Woman accused of throwing steak knife at boyfriend
A police prosecutor said there is a 72-hour probation/parole hold on Shaw, who has several convictions including drug possession and stalking.
Lyons set bail at $3,000 cash/surety. A probable cause hearing on the felony was set for Oct. 30 and trial on the misdemeanor was set for Nov. 17.
Manchester Police officers who arrested Nathaniel Addo-Gyang, 33, of 26 Wellington Terrace Drive, Thursday on a New Hampshire State Police warrant for sale of a narcotic drug, reported Addo-Gyang was in possession of several prescription pills of acetaminophen and codeine.
Addo-Gyang was shot multiple times in a retaliation incident March 11, 2006, as he sat in a vehicle in an Amory Street parking lot. The two men convicted of shooting Addo-Gyang and a young man who was not involved in the dispute, are serving lengthy prison terms. Anthony White, who was partially paralyzed when hit by a bullet, died six years after the shooting at age 26.
Police said Amber Blackman, 22, of 274 Douglas St., tossed a syringe into the bushes when she saw Officer Scott Ardita approaching on patrol Thursday afternoon on Queen City Avenue, west of South Willow Street.
Police investigating a report of marijuana being grown in an apartment at 24 Donald St. said they found 15 suspected marijuana plants growing under lights in a dining room closet, marijuana seeds, about 116 grams of suspect marijuana, scales, currency and a loaded 12-gauge shotgun in the apartment of Adam Browning.
Sara Douglas, 31, of 372 Manchester St., pleaded innocent Friday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to misdemeanor charges of prostitution and contempt of court. The contempt charge was filed because Douglas was out on personal recognizance bail on an earlier prostitution charge that is scheduled for trial Nov. 6.
Police said Tori Loranger, 24, of 19 Ivywood Lane, provided the vehicle for her boyfriend to burglarize a Maynard Street residence and then sold a ring that she knew, or should have known, was stolen to Cash for Gold.
Bail was set at $3,000 cash/surety, with conditions barring her from the Maynard Street burglary site and from Cash for Gold.
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