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Police: Manchester mother led break-in, assault
The male victim, who is in a wheelchair, told police that Murray and her son, Tyler, 19, and a man later identified as Amuri Diole, 20, of 57 Sullivan St., came into the apartment and assaulted them.
The victim said he told Murray, who is a frequent visitor, to get out and that’s when she told him: “We are going to rob you.”
He said his wife then entered the kitchen and began arguing with Murray, Tyler and Diole. She told police that Tyler had a hammer in his hand and was swinging it around and Diole had a small red bat, about a foot long.
In Circuit Court-Manchester District Division Monday, Murray could enter no plea to charges of armed robbery, first-degree assault (2), and burglary, so a probable cause hearing was set for May 7. Trial on two misdemeanor charges of resisting arrest was set for June 4.
Tyler Murray was arraigned on felony charges of burglary and armed robbery and a probable cause hearing was set for May 7. Trial was set for June 4 on misdemeanors of resisting arrest and theft by unauthorized taking and a violation of unlawful possession of alcohol.
The judge set bail at $1,500 personal recognizance for Diole, who pleaded innocent to a resisting arrest charge. Trial was set for June 4.
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