Aug 28, 2014
Aug 21, 2014
Aug 14, 2014
Jul 24, 2014
Manchester Crimewatch: Teen accused of violating bail conditions twice
Wachenfeld was first in court Oct. 21, when he pleaded innocent to a simple assault charge that alleged he had grabbed his his girlfriend by the neck and shoved her into a wall two days earlier. His $1,000 personal recognizance bail was continued, including conditions barring contact with the alleged victim. He told the judge that day that the alleged victim showed up at his work and had contacted his his mother. Trial was set for Dec. 16.
In his application for a court-appointed lawyer, Austin Scottile, 23, of 472 Granite St., said he isn’t earning any money. Scottile was applying for a lawyer to represent him in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on two misdemeanor charges of theft by unauthorized taking.
When Officer John Levasseur arrived, he reported seeing Scottile carrying two aluminum ladders. Based on further examination, Levasseur determined the ladders Scottile was carrying were stolen from residences on Laurel and Merrimack streets.
Scottile complained to Judge William Lyons that the proposed bail was too high. “I do work,” he said, but only earns $100 to $150 a week. Lyon, noting Scottile said on his application for a lawyer that he’s not earning any money, asked if Scottile was “not being truthful” on the sworn document.Scottile recovered quickly, telling Lyons: “I just didn’t read it right.” Lyons set bail at the requested $1,000 cash/surety and trial was set for Dec. 11.
Christopher Michael Audet, 53, of 92 Walnut St., could enter no plea Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a second-degree assault charge that alleges he covered the nose and mouth of his girlfriend, causing her breathing to be impeded.
Speeding, drug arrest
Police responding to reports of a vehicle speeding up and down the alley in the area of Union and Central streets Tuesday night were directed to a red SUV parked in the rear of a Laurel Street address.
The man was identified as Terrence Goodson, 40, of 96 River Road.
Horn suspected Goodson had been trying to hide from him in the passageway and when Horn checked more closely, he found a pair of gloves on the ground. In one of the gloves was a baggie containing suspected crack cocaine.
Already on probation
Crystal Gosselin, 25, of 264 Mason St., was arraigned Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony forgery charge. Gosselin is accused of forging a check totaling almost $475 on the business account of Giovanni’s on S. Willow Street Sept. 22, 2012.
READER COMMENTS: 2
- NH killer in 1991 Smart trial seeks time with wife - 0
- Newport shooting victim in stable but critical condition - 0
- Nashua arrests 9 on drug warrants - 0
- Police: Nashua man in car targeted by gunfire was felon with gun - 0
- Man shot at in Nashua drive-by charged with unrelated possession of stolen gun - 0
- NH Supreme Court rules 4 teen killers entitled to sentencing hearings - 6
- Hampton woman who fatally struck pedestrian wants blood test thrown out of court - 0
- Man seeks to upend conviction in Deerfield home invasion case - 0
- Police say North Hampton man distributed child sex abuse images - 0
READER COMMENTS: 0
- Goffstown's Bourque impresses; Memorial, Bishop Guertin, Pinkerton win in Queen City Jamboree - 0
- Hanover boys soccer edges defense-minded BG - 0
- NH Fisher Cats, Pierre stun Rock Cats in 4-3 win - 0
- Helping hands for new St. Anselm students in Manchester on move in day - 0
- To market, to market: Market Basket shoppers flock on in - 1
- Nashua Market Basket employee: 'Worth every day of work lost' - 2
- NH teen killers to get sentence reviews after state Supreme Court decision - 1
- Lakes Region Casino for sale last two months; asking price $3.5 million, manager says - 1
- Hudson police warn of cars being broken into - 0
Enter to win tickets to see Paula Poundstone
Where is Shaheen? Hiding from you
Win tickets to see Steven Wright
Hooksett highs: A good multiple choice test
- Mass. Supreme Judicial Court has found upskirt photos taken on a subway aren't illegal. Should such voyeurism be a crime?
- Total Votes: 917