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Nashua man accused of calling woman while in jail, violating order

Nashua police charged a homeless city man with violating a protective order by contacting an alleged victim while still behind bars.

Police were called to a city home the morning of July 12 when a woman who had a domestic violence stalking petition against Carlos Albarran told them he had called her from Valley Street jail in Manchester, police said. ...

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Nashua police charged a homeless city man with violating a protective order by contacting an alleged victim while still behind bars.

Police were called to a city home the morning of July 12 when a woman who had a domestic violence stalking petition against Carlos Albarran told them he had called her from Valley Street jail in Manchester, police said.

Detectives investigated and arrested Albarran, 30, of no fixed address, on July 25. He is charged with tampering with witnesses and informants, a Class B felony punishable by up to seven years in prison plus fines, police said.

Albarran refused bail and was held pending his arraignment at Nashua district court Monday, police said.

– JOSEPH G. COTE