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Judge won't lower bail second time for Manchester woman
Covey, 26, of 92 Walnut St., had failed to appear for trial Oct. 28 on a September resisting arrest charge, but she claimed yesterday that she was in the hospital at the time.
When Covey pressed the judge about setting personal recognizance bail, Lyons said the last time Covey appeared before him, the prosecution sought a $3,000 cash/surety bail, but Covey persuaded him to set bail at $1,000. "You didn't show up," said Lyons. He set bail Friday at $1,000 cash/surety and trial on all four charges was set for Dec. 19.
Heidi Taylor, 21, who is homeless, could enter no plea Friday to a felony charge of robbery, so a probable cause hearing was set for Dec. 4.
Police prosecutor Favreau said Taylor left the JC Penney store at the Mall of New Hampshire after shoplifting items and when a loss prevention officer grabbed bag, Taylor struggled with the woman.Favreau said it was a case of "shoplifting gone bad." The use of force turned the misdemeanor shoplifting charge into a felony robbery charge.
Andrew Greeley, 43, who lists the homeless shelter as his address, was in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Friday on a warrant from Dover for failing to appear on an operating after suspension charge from 2003.
Repaid kindness by allegedly stealing
Eric Michaud, 23, pleaded innocent Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a misdemeanor charge of theft by unauthorized taking.
The prosecutor said Michaud's record includes assault, shoplifting and habitual offender convictions. Bail on the misdemeanor was set at $3,000 cash/surety, with conditions that include no contact with the victim and not going to the victim's Union Street address.
Regino Cabrera, 55, of 426 Somerville St., could enter no plea Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony charge of second-degree assault.
Cabrera insisted he doesn't know the alleged victim, who sustained rib and torso injuries as well as fractures to his facial bones and a fractured wrist when he was kicked and punched.
A man charged with felony receiving stolen property and theft by deception could enter no plea to the felony charges Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division, so a probable cause hearing was set for Dec. 5.
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