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Manchester CrimeWatch: Litchfield man charged in assault of woman at club gets bail at $15,000
Police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon requested $25,000 cash/surety bail for Fenderson, noting he pleaded guilty to a second-degree assault charge in 2006 and was sentenced to prison and has other convictions, including a federal drug conviction.
Judge William Lyons set bail at $15,000 cash/surety.
Man banned from home
A man accused of assaulting his wife and his wife’s sister pleaded innocent to three simple assault charges Tuesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division.
Koomson had been released on $5,000 cash/surety bail with conditions barring contact with the alleged victims and barring Koomson from the Karatzas Avenue residence.
Koomson told Judge William Lyons: “We are a happy family.” He said he had apologized, adding: “My wife is willing to drop the charges.”
The judge said that since the bail violation allegation had been recanted: “I’m going to leave bail where it is.”
Cash-only bail sought
A city man who was extradited from Maine after he failed to appear for trial in November on seven charges, including theft, assault, threatening, obstructing the report of a crime, mischief and receiving stolen property, was arraigned on another batch of charges that include felony and misdemeanor threatening, as well as mischief, stalking and contempt of court.
Police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon said: “We feel he went to Maine specifically to avoid these charges.”
Grant, who objected to the proposed bail, said: “She won’t be showing up in court.” He said the alleged victim is a fugitive and is on the run herself, with warrants out for her.
Judge William Lyons set bail at a total of $40,000 cash/surety, with $25,000 on the felony, set for a probable cause hearing March 4 and $15,000 on the misdemeanors, which are set for trial March 26.
When she was stopped in connection with an alleged theft of 24 items valued at $165 from Wal-Mart on Friday, the woman identified herself as Jennifer Demers, 32, and even produced a New Hampshire driver’s license with that name.
Officer Scott Ardita who suspected the woman was not Demers and pressed her for her real name. After the woman’s fingerprints were submitted to the AFIS fingerprint system, she was identified as Michelle Woodard, 26, of 58 Ash St.
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