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Two men, woman face burglary charges in Manchester
Police were alerted to the Friday morning burglary by a person who saw suspicious activity involving three people and a vehicle, which left the area shortly after the witness heard glass breaking.
In court, Picco said: “I’m really sorry.” She said since her daughter died two months ago, “I feel I’ve been on a roller coaster.” Mitchell also referred to losing a child, but offered no apology.
A Goffstown police prosecutor was in Circuit Court for the arraignment of Ruggiero on a felony burglary charge that alleges he broke into a Glenwood Drive residence in Goffstown Oct. 15.
Angelo Kapos marked his 35th birthday Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division, where he was arraigned on felony charges of armed robbery and criminal threatening.
Kapos is accused of using what appeared to be a handgun in an attempt to rob the 7-11 store at 557 Maple St., about 4:45 p.m. Friday.
Police said a 46-year-old customer was able to tackle Kapos from behind, wrestling him to the floor, where the struggle continued and Kapos allegedly pointed the gun at the customer and threatened to shoot him.
Kapos complained in court about a proposed $20,000 cash/surety bail, pointing out the gun was a BB gun. He also said he had never failed to appear in court in connection with previous charges, which resulted in convictions that include theft by deception and assault.
Two separate arrests
Police said an ex-girlfriend reported that when she was moving out of the apartment she had shared with Paul MacNeil, 47, at 45 1/2 Jones St., Saturday, he knocked a television set and chair off the porch, breaking them, and shoved her with both hands in the chest, causing her to fall back into a wall and then to the ground. She said he also refused to return her cell phone, which she wanted to use to call police.
Police said a city man accused of stalking and attempting to strangle his ex-girlfriend, then burglarizing and trashing her Village Circle Way apartment, had a controlled drug in his possession when he was stopped with stolen property in his backpack.
A bail revocation hearing is scheduled Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division for John Weber, 26, of 452 Pine St., who was arraigned Monday on five stalking charges, five violations of a protective order, and single simple assault and resisting arrest charges. Police said the alleged victim is the maternal grandmother of Weber’s daughter and the alleged incidents are related to a custody dispute.
He is accused of threatening the woman in texts, phone calls and in person, when he allegedly assaulted her outside her residence. The initial charges stemmed from a message he left Oct. 1, for which he was released on bail, with trial set for Nov. 6.
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