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Manchester Crimewatch: City man, mom charged in air conditioner thefts
Michael was charged with misdemeanor theft and his mother with criminal liability to theft. Police said a neighbor spotted Michael removing air conditioners from the basement and followed him to the RiteAid on McGregor Street, where he saw Michael letting the Freon out of the air conditioners.
That charge alleges he entered the 99 Cent and Cigarettes store at 383 Kelley St. on Oct. 27 and told the clerk: "Give me money." Court documents show the clerk told police the robber grabbed for the open cash drawer and appeared to have a closed folding knife in one hand. The two struggled and the robber then fled.
Police said when they found a baggie containing a brown substance believed to be heroin in a Goffstown man's pants pocket, Jeremiah Thissell told them it wasn't his. According to documents supporting Thissell's arrest on a possession of narcotics charge, Thissell told officers: "I'm just a middle man."
Emery said the charge and Thissell's record justified the $5,000 cash/surety bail. A probable cause hearing on the felony drug charge was set for Nov. 21 and trial on the misdemeanor charge was set for Dec. 10.
Denise Dusseault, 54, of 16 Country Club Drive, pleaded innocent Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to charges of simple assault, false imprisonment and contempt. Trial was set for Dec. 10.
A Derry man was arraigned Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony charge of habitual offender and a misdemeanor of second offense of driving while intoxicated.
A police prosecutor said Barnes was convicted of DWI in 2003 and of second offense DWI in 2004. Bail was set at $3,000 cash/surety with a probable cause hearing on the felony set for Nov. 20 and trial on the misdemeanor set for Dec. 10.
While Officers Michael Buckley and Darren Murphy were on foot patrol Monday night in the area of Manchester and Elm streets, they spotted two men who appeared to be smoking from a crack pipe in the alley behind 64 Merrimack St.
He could enter no plea to the felonies in circuit court, so a probable cause hearing was set for Nov. 21. Bail was set at $3,000 cash/surety.
A Springfield, Mass., man who spends a lot of time in Manchester, was arraigned Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on unrelated felony robbery and theft by unauthorized taking charges.
Nogura is accused of stealing a woman's purse from the waiting room at Manchester Community Health Center, 184 Tarrytown Road, on Oct. 11. Police said Nogura was at the health center with his girlfriend and was seen on surveillance video covering the purse and leaving with it. The owner of the purse said it contained cash, a cellphone, gold and diamond ring, driver's license, debit card and gift cards. She put the total value, including the purse itself, at $1,100.
John Polo, 36, of 16 Knoll Drive, Center Harbor, pleaded innocent to a theft by deception charge Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division. Polo is accused of entering Walmart on Keller Street, removing merchandise from shelves and then going to the customer service desk to "return" them for cash.
Trial on the Manchester charge was set for Dec. 10, with a $3,000 cash/surety bail. He is scheduled for a Nov. 18 appearance in Franklin, with bail set at $1,000 cash/surety on the charges there.
A Derry woman on probation for sale of a narcotic was arraigned Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony charge of theft by deception.
Stephanie Olds, 31, of 16 Windham Depot Road, is accused of taking a discarded receipt she found outside Walmart on Keller Street, going inside and taking matching items from the shelves. Police said she then took the items to the customer service desk and "returned" them for a gift card. The charge is a felony because she was convicted of two theft-related charges in 2010 and 2011.
Bail was set at $3,000 cash/surety, with conditions that include barring her from the Walmart store. Because no plea can be entered to a felony charge in circuit court, a probable cause hearing was set for Nov. 21.
John Keeley, 32, of 414 Cedar St., could enter no plea Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony charge of second-degree assault, so a probable cause hearing was set for Nov. 20. Trial was set for Dec. 10 on a simple assault charge stemming from the same incident Monday.
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