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Police: Brothers face stalking, other charges after assault outside Merrimack court

November 13. 2017 10:19AM

MERRIMACK — Two brothers from Manchester and Allenstown face assault, stalking and other charges after turning themselves in Friday on warrants related to an altercation in the circuit court parking lot Oct. 24, police said.

David D. Johnson, 31, of 599 Harvard St., No. 1, Manchester, was arrested on three charges of simple assault, two of disorderly conduct and one each of stalking and conspiracy to commit stalking, police said.

His brother, Jason D. Johnson, 26, of 8 Monroe Ave., Allenstown, was charged with criminal liability for the conduct of another, stalking and conspiracy to commit stalking, police said.

According to a release, the two brothers had tried to follow their victim into circuit court the morning of Oct. 24 but were asked to leave. Just after noon, they allegedly chased the victim across the court parking lot and were involved in a fist fight before police were called, police said.

David Johnson was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail while Jason Johnson was released on $3,000 bail. Both are scheduled to appear in Merrimack circuit court Dec. 19.

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