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Manchester Crimewatch: Woman forbidden to drive claims ignorance out on moped
A police prosecutor requested bail of $1,000 cash/surety and Ballard objected to that, saying she needs to be home because she has a two-year-old grandson.
A homeless man could enter no plea to a felony theft charge Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division, so a probable cause hearing was set for Dec. 3.
Jeffrey Howard, 60, was charged with a felony for stealing a 98-cent bottle of milk from Walmart on Keller Street. The charge is a felony because it was his third theft.
That upset both Edgecomb and her mother, Heidi, who was in the Circuit Court-Manchester District Division gallery Tuesday for her daughter's arraignment on misdemeanor charges of simple assault and criminal mischief.
Police said Juszkiewicz had six baggies of heroin, totaling 3 grams, which he said were for using, not selling. He also had a counterfeit $50 bill that police said was badly printed. A handrolled cigar containing marijuana was in the seat pocket in front of where Juskiewicz was sitting and police said he acknowledged it was his.
When Steven Loiselle, 27, was arraigned on a simple assault charge Nov. 12 in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division, he was reminded that conditions of his $1,000 personal recognizance bail barred contact with his wife and barred him from going within 100 yards of her residence at 90 Oakland St.
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