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Police: Man arranged to meet a woman at Nashua motel; she brought 3 friends and robbed him

Nashua police arrested four people accused of attacking and robbing a man inside his city hotel room in April.

Police were called to the Crowne Plaza at 2 Somerset Parkway shortly before 1 a.m. on Thursday, April 10, after a man reported that a woman he had arranged to meet in his room had arrived with three other people. ...

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Nashua police arrested four people accused of attacking and robbing a man inside his city hotel room in April.

Police were called to the Crowne Plaza at 2 Somerset Parkway shortly before 1 a.m. on Thursday, April 10, after a man reported that a woman he had arranged to meet in his room had arrived with three other people.

All four people rushed into the room, threw the man to the ground and stole some of his belongings. One of the men involved was armed with metal knuckles, police said.

Detectives investigated and between May 16 and this week, charged four people with felony robbery. They include:

Kathleen Gentes, 24, of 97 Purchase St., Manchester.

Chaz Hartford, 24, of 99 Chestnut Hill Road, Rochester.

Malisha Watts, 21, of 217 Spruce St., Manchester.

Travis Dukette, 20, of 490 Pine St., Apt. 1, Manchester.

Police said previously that the assailants took the victim’s cellphone, laptop and wallet.

Gentes, Hartford and Dukette have already been arraigned at Nashua district court following their arrests. Watts was held overnight Wednesday on $30,000 cash or surety bail pending her arraignment on Thursday, police said.

The Class A felony charges are punishable by up to 15 years in prison plus fines, police said.