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Manchester Crimewatch: Man’s bail conditions keep him out of his apartment
Conditions of the $500 personal recognizance bail for Sean Morgan, 30, of 207 Eastern Ave., include no contact with his girlfriend and not going to her address, which was given as the Eastern Avenue unit.
The trial was set for March 17.
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Police charged a city man with simple assault after he threw a half-pint container of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream at his wife and a small amount of it splattered on the back of her clothing.
The trial for Kazazian was set for March 17, and bail remained at $1,000 personal recognizance, with conditions barring contact with his wife and barring him from her residence.
Police prosecutors filed a bail violation motion Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division for Corey Guay, 24, who is accused of going to his former residence at 471 Beech St., and grabbing his girlfriend by the neck.
A bail revocation hearing was set for this morning, to determine whether Guay should be held without bail until his probable cause hearing and trial on earlier charges Feb. 13.
Jessica Martino didn’t have the best day Thursday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division. First, despite the bailiff’s instructions to everyone in the courtroom to turn off or silence their cell phones, Martino’s phone sounded an alert just after the session began.
A felony conspiracy to commit the sale of narcotics charge alleges that at Pine Island Plaza on Jan. 9, Martino conspired with a woman to drive the woman to various locations to distribute Oxycodone. A felony charge of possession of a controlled drug alleges she had Oxycodone in her possession that day.
Mark Maniscalchi, 50, of 140 Brown Ave., had been scheduled for trial Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a Dec. 7, 2013, charge of violation of a protective order by driving past his wife’s residence.
The couple are in the process of a divorce and his wife had obtained a temporary restraining order Nov. 27, 2013.
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