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Manchester CrimeWatch: City man denies felony robbery charges
David Campbell, 29, of 513 Chestnut St., is accused of going to an ex-girlfriend’s apartment in the same building Monday and grabbing a tape recorder, shoving her and leaving. The use of force during a theft makes the charge a felony.
Campbell said a similar charge was filed six months ago and dropped, and he was out the money; he paid a bail bondsman. In this case, he said: “I feel I was treated unfairly.”
A police prosecutor requested $2,000 cash/surety bail, and Campbell said with his record, the bondsman would probably want $400 or $500 to post the bond. A prosecutor said Campbell’s record includes forgery, identity theft and drug possession with intent to sell.
Accused of assaulting husband
Michelle Huta, 27, of 445 Granite St., could enter no plea Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony charge of second-degree assault that alleges she put her hands around her husband’s neck and squeezed until he had difficulty breathing. She pleaded innocent to a simple assault charge for hitting him with a closed fist.
When police arrested Nathan Ledoux, 25, of 564 Silver St., on a willful concealment warrant from Concord, he was found in possession of heroin, police said.
That resulted in a new felony charge of possession of a narcotic drug. Ledoux could enter no plea to the felony Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division, so a probable cause hearing was set for Feb. 11.
Man charged with robbery
Keith Murray, 28, of 228 Cartier St., was arraigned Tuesday on a robbery charge stemming from an alleged incident last August.
The documents show that when the victim and his father were driving by the area where the incident occurred, the victim pointed out the attackers’ vehicle, which was later found in the Spare Time Bowling parking lot. The victim’s debit card was found in the lot, and when police communications traced the caller ID number of a ringing phone inside the SUV, the owner gave police permission to search the vehicle, which she had lent to her boyfriend, Murray.
Bail was set at $1,000 cash/surety for Murray, who has convictions for criminal mischief, theft by unauthorized taking and conduct after an accident. No plea can be entered to a felony in Circuit Court, so a probable cause hearing was set for Feb. 11.
Rebekah Spencer, 24, of 467 Beech St., was in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on warrants for her failure to appear in Nashua District Division in connection with two cases: receiving stolen property in 2012 and loitering/prowling in 2013. One case involved a failure to report to serve a jail sentence. Bail was set at $500 cash/surety.
The charges allege she stole a card belonging to an acquaintance and used it four times in 72 hours at Joseph Brothers, a Cumberland Farms and a 7-11.
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