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Nashua woman faces charges for assaulting her children
Ruth Barrasso, 34, of 10 W. Hobart St., could enter no plea to the felony, which alleges she applied pressure to the neck of her 13-year-old daughter, causing her to have difficulty breathing.
Bail was continued at $2,000 cash/surety, with conditions barring contact with the two girls and barring Barrasso from the Westwood Drive address where they are living.
Organized retail crime
Steven Pierre, 20, of 48 Sterling Ave., could enter no plea in Circuit Court- Manchester District Division to a felony charge of organized retail crime enterprise.Pierre is accused of conspiring with a friend employed by Macy's to have merchandise given free or at discounted prices in exchange for $50.
Accused of robbing neighbor
Police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier told Judge Gregory Michael she had been unable to determine whether burglary and aggravated robbery charges on Rodriguez' record in Puerto Rico represented convictions or were unresolved. A probable cause hearing on the felony was set for Jan. 28.
Because Justin Lerra was out on bail when he allegedly committed new crimes, police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon filed a contempt charge against Lerra, who pleaded innocent to all charges Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division.Lerra had originally been released on personal recognizance bail on charges of operating with a suspended registration and operating after suspension Feb. 5, 2013. He had failed to appear to enter a plea on several occasions and bail was set at $1,000 cash/surety on warrants.
Pedro Jimenez, 32, of 228 Karatzas Ave., pleaded innocent Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to new charges of resisting arrest and contempt of court.Jimenez denied resisting arrest, saying he was just drinking something and wanted to finish it. "I haven't gotten into trouble," he told Judge Gregory Michael.
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