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Manchester mom stands by son as he pleads guilty to assaulted her
Noah Allain, 17, was arrested Tuesday after police responded to his residence at 203 Maplehurst Ave. His mother had intervened in an argument Allain was having with his younger brother and she took Allain’s laptop. Angry, he chased her and punched her on the side of the face, near her eye.
Kout Kout, 17, of 38 Joliette St., could enter no plea Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a felony charge of criminal threatening that alleges he threatened his brother while holding a knife.
Because of his age, the police department contacted the New Hampshire Division for Children and Family Services and sought a temporary alternative placement for him.
Pulling a fire alarm box at 251 Pine St. early on the morning of Nov. 9, 2013, probably seemed like a good idea at the time.
Police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier said that surveillance video eventually led police to Nieves. She said: “(Nieves) admitted to pulling the alarm for fun.”
Insists on pleading guilty
Victoria Duford, 22, of 307 Catamount Road, Northwood, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Circuit Court-Manchester District Division to a 2013 resisting arrest charge.
Police prosecutor Carrissa Pelletier said police watching a known drug house on Walnut Street Sept. 26, 2013, saw a woman get out of a car, enter the house and exit quickly, getting back into the car, which then drove away.
That warrant turned up after she was among four people found in a room at the Super 8 Hotel on Brown Avenue Monday morning. The Fugitive Task Force was seeking a wanted subject.
Duford told the prosecutor during the pre-arraignment session Wednesday that she had an agreement that would enable her to be paroled on her original conviction and go home.
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