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Dog finds driver who abandoned wrecked car after Manchester street race, chase
But with the help of his dog, Moose, Foster tracked the driver to the area of Merrimack and Beacon streets, where the registered owner, Wilfredo Bonilla, 23, of 350 Lake Ave., was identified and arrested.
Bail was set at $15,000 cash/surety. A probable cause hearing on the felony was set for Nov. 19 and trial on the misdemeanors was set for Dec. 4.
Police said Christopher Cellura, 24, who lists the homeless shelter as his address, had heroin in his possession when arrested at Beech and Merrimack streets Friday on warrants charging him with receiving stolen property and theft by deception.
Police were already looking for Christopher Tessier, 17, of 25 Laval St., after he failed to appear for arraignment Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on criminal threatening and criminal mischief charges that allege he threatened a girlfriend in a phone call and smashed a man's windshield with a piece of asphalt Wednesday.
Court documents show that when police asked Tessier about the other teen, he refused to identify him, saying: "I don't snitch." But his passenger, Daylen Zisis, 17, of 617 Rimmon St., was located in the area of Notre Dame Avenue and taken into custody after a brief foot pursuit. Zisis was charged with resisting arrest and also held on a juvenile detention order. Both teens turned 17 in mid-October.
Because bail conditions bar committing a new crime, Tessier's second arrest prompted police prosecutors to file a motion to revoke Tessier's bail and have him held until trial. A hearing on the motion was set for Tuesday morning.
Already out on bail
Siobhan Hameline, 27, of 323 Franklin St., Monday asked a Circuit Court-Manchester District Division judge for personal recognizance bail on two felony drug charges, saying she is a single mother and just started a new job.
A man accused of firing shots in the air during a dispute with another man early Saturday morning was arraigned Monday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony charge of reckless conduct and a misdemeanor of resisting arrest.
They noticed four or five people in the roadway near Church Street and saw one man in the group point a handgun in the air and fire a shot. The officers ran after the man, around the corner and onto Church Street, where they saw him get into the front passenger seat of a stopped vehicle.
Errico, of 212 Fox Hollow Way, could enter no plea to the felony charge in Circuit Court, so a probable cause hearing was set for Nov. 14. Trial on the misdemeanor was set for Jan. 7, 2014. Errico is free on $30,000 cash/surety bail.
A police prosecutor Monday said Allen Proulx, 48, of 48 Henriette St., was charged with disorderly conduct because he wouldn't stay out of the roadway of the Bridge Street Bridge.
Police originally responded Saturday to a report of a man lying in a crosswalk. But after being removed from the roadway, police said he refused to stay out of the roadway and was arrested for disorderly conduct.
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