MANCHESTER — A Raymond woman, charged with felony burglary for entering a Dyson Street apartment to assault an ex-girlfriend on the afternoon of Feb. 22, was ordered held on bail after a bail revocation hearing in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on Monday.
Police prosecutors filed a bail revocation motion because Olivia Fitzwater Duran, 20, of 5 Old Manchester Road, had been released on $2,500 cash/surety bail earlier the same day on charges of criminal trespass and possession of a controlled drug, with conditions barring her from committing a new crime.
On Monday, she was ordered held at the Valley Street Jail for lack of $20,000 cash or surety.
Fitzwater Duran, who that day gave an address of 302 Auburn St., was one of four people charged with criminal trespass after police responded to 140 Dow St., at about 3 a.m. on Feb. 22, in response to a report of a large party being held, without permission, in a vacant portion of the building’s first floor.
Police said Fitzwater Duran was found in possession of heroin during the booking process and she was additionally charged with a felony of possession of a controlled drug. She was scheduled for arraignment on those charges March 12 in Circuit Court. When she failed to appear, an electronic bench warrant was issued for her arrest.
She was arraigned Friday on those charges and on the burglary charge, for which police obtained a warrant March 7. The burglary charge alleges Fitzwater Duran entered a Dyson Street apartment on the afternoon of Feb. 22, to assault an ex-girlfriend, who had been arrested with her that morning at Dow Street.
A man who said he was taking a nap with the victim when the assault occurred, told police Fitzwater Duran repeatedly punched the victim in the face and upper body and he heard her yell: “Where is my (expletive) money.”
He said another woman, who is charged with criminal liability to burglary in connection with the Dyson Street incident, stood just inside the bedroom door while Fitzwater Duran was assaulting the victim. He said he asked that woman, identified as Lacey Lane, 23, of 96 Rockland Ave., what was going on. He said Lane told him she was there to back up Fitzwater Duran.
Lane, who is accused of bringing Fitzwater Duran to the Dyson street location, was arraigned Tuesday in Circuit Court, where a probable cause hearing was set for March 24.
Lane is also scheduled for a dispositional hearing three days later, on March 27 in Hillsborough County Superior Court North. She was indicted on felony reckless conduct and operating after suspension charges stemming from an early morning incident Aug. 18, 2013, in which she drove into a flatbed trailer on a closed portion of Mammoth Road. A front seat passenger sustained fatal injuries in that crash.
Probable cause hearings for Fitzwater Duran on the felony drug and burglary charges were set for March 25 and trial on the misdemeanor was set for April 23.
Gave false name
David Madol, 21, of 600 Front St., pleaded innocent Friday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a misdemeanor charge of disobeying an officer and a violation of driving after suspension.
Madol, who is subject to a 72-hour probation hold on 2013 convictions for theft, allegedly gave a false name and date of birth after his arrest.
A former Trinity High School and Manchester Memorial High School basketball star, Madol was dismissed from the Southern New Hampshire University basketball team after his arrest in December 2012 on charges of theft and unlawful possession of alcohol.
Wilton man, accused of entering his ex-girlfriend’s Manchester residence to assault her, was arraigned Friday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division on a felony burglary charge and misdemeanor charges of simple assault, obstructing the report of a crime and criminal mischief.
Michael Robinson, 24, of 1001 Mason Road, could enter no plea to the felony, which alleges he entered the residence, through an unlocked door, to assault the woman.
He is accused of pushing the woman with both hands into a counter, grabbing her cell phone and smashing it on the floor so she couldn’t call police.
A probable cause hearing on the felony was set for March 25 and trial was set for April 15. Police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon said Robinson has no criminal history, but he sought $20,000 cash/surety bail, saying: “He attacked her in her own home.” Bail conditions bar Robinson from contact with the woman and her daughter and bar him from her residence.
Asks who called police
A Newport woman Friday wanted to know who got her arrested. She asked a police prosecutor in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division who made the call to police that resulted in her arrest earlier Friday.
Police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon said he didn’t know, but her lawyer could get all the documents related to the case through the discovery process as he prepares for trial.
Erika Bressette, 34, of 80 Laurel St., pleaded innocent Friday in Circuit Court to a simple assault charge that alleges she punched her boyfriend while they were in the alley next to the Strange Brew Tavern, 88 Market St.
Bressette’s bail was continued at $500 personal recognizance, with trial set for April 10. She didn’t object to bail conditions barring contact with her boyfriend, but she did object to not being able to go to the Laurel Street address. She told Judge William Lyons that 80 Laurel St. is her residence, that she lives there with her parents.
The police department’s victim advocate contacted the alleged victim, who said he was moving out, so bail conditions were modified to permit Bressette’s return after 4 p.m. Friday. The police prosecutor suggested Bressette’s father, who accompanied her to court, enter the residence first, to make sure the boyfriend was gone. He warned Bressette that if she has contact with the alleged victim, she could face a bail revocation motion and possibly be held until her trial.