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Police said Robert Peterson, 31, of 46 Ode Way, was caught with purple paint on his hands that matched the paint used to apply graffiti to a rear exterior wall of Murphy’s Taproom, 494 Elm St., early Tuesday morning.
A Hudson man being held at the Valley Street Jail was arraigned Tuesday in Manchester District Court on a charge of possession of a narcotic drug.
Ryan Lee, 40, of 22 Glasgow St., was allegedly found in possession of suboxone during a contraband sweep at the jail April 18. A police prosecutor requested $2,000 cash/surety bail for Lee, who is being held on several unrelated charges. A probable cause hearing was set for May 5.
When he was arraigned Tuesday in Manchester District Court Tuesday on charges of driving after suspension and driving with a suspended registration, Zachary Brisson asked for personal recognizance bail.
But police prosecutor Sgt. Stephen Reardon said Brisson, who has a six-page criminal history and a non-extraditable warrant involving weapons in Massachusetts, said Brisson was out on bail on identical offenses, and scheduled for trial June 5, when he drove again and was stopped. Because Brisson was out on personal recognizance bail on the first set of charges, prosecutors brought a contempt charge instead of filing a bail revocation motion.
Charges in 2 Hess robberies
Thomas Bence, 50, who lists the homeless shelter as his address, was arraigned Tuesday in Manchester District Court on two armed robbery charges.
No additional bail
Mark Williams, 33, of 282 W. Hancock St., Manchester, who was arraigned Monday in Manchester District Court on charges related to alleged threats to his father and a brother, was arraigned Tuesday in Circuit Court on a felony drug charge. A police prosecutor said when Williams arrived at the Valley Street Jail Monday from the hospital, he had cocaine in his possession.
Charged with drug count
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