Manchester Crimewatch: New drug charges for lady while out on bail for theft

July 3, 2015 - garden totes

MANCHESTER —Melissa Hunt, 23, of 78 Hitching Post Lane, Bedford, waived prosecution Wednesday in 9th Circuit Court-Manchester District Division.

Hunt is charged with burglary by unapproved taking, possession of a narcotic, possession of a tranquil drug, and disregard of court.

Hunt was primarily arrested on a burglary by unapproved holding assign that alleges she took equipment valued during $224.35 from Wal-Mart, 300 Keller St., Mar 23, but profitable for them.

She was out on personal recognizance bail on that assign when she was arrested Jun 1 in a parking lot during a Elliot Hospital for possession of Alprazolam and marijuana. She was also charged with disregard of court.

The possession of Alprazolam is a felony, so a illusive means conference was set for Aug. 5, when a decider will hear justification and confirm either to send a box to a Hillsborough County North Grand Jury for illusive indictment. Trial on a misconduct charges was set for Sept. 9.

Bail was continued during $5,000 personal recognizance, with conditions that embody no use of ethanol or tranquil drugs. She is also theme to a Sunday-through-Thursday 10 p.m.-to-6 a.m. curfew.

Police alerted by store security

When a detriment impediment officer during Home Depot, 129 Mar Ave., speckled a questionable male holding a $129 rolling receptacle bag and putting costly collection in it Tuesday night, he alerted a military officer.

Christafer Prior, 31, who is homeless, is indicted of eventually collecting collection totaling $1,095. A series of a equipment had what’s described as “spider wrap,” that sets off alarms if not private or deactivated.

Prior was seen entering a rest room before going to a garden core and charity a credit label to compensate for 10 items. When he could not yield an ID, a transaction was suspended.

Prior is indicted of afterwards withdrawal a store with a equipment for that he had not paid and he was stopped. He was found in possession of a equipment he had been seen putting into a rolling tote. Police pronounced that in his left pocket, he had an Alpha Tool, used to mislay spider wrap, that he allegedly did while in a store rest room.

Bail was set during $500 cash/surety, with conditions exclusive him from returning to Home Depot. Because no defence can be entered to a transgression in Circuit Court, a illusive means conference was set for Jul 14, when a decider will hear justification and confirm either to send a box to a Hillsborough County North Grand Jury for illusive indictment.

Speed, DWI charges

Derrick Boutin, 25, of 15 Petain St., Goffstown, was allegedly speeding on Cilley Road shortly before 2 a.m. Jun 21. When he was stopped, during Mammoth and Candia roads, he was also charged with Driving While Intoxicated and handling after cessation successive offense. Boutin had been convicted of handling after cessation in Derry District Division on Sept. 6, 2012.

Boutin waived prosecution on all charges Wednesday in 9th Circuit Court-Manchester District Division and hearing was set for Aug. 12. Bail was continued during $1,000 personal recognizance, with conditions that embody no use of alcohol.

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