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Nashua man charged with harassing Hudson police

A Nashua man was arrested for at least the third time after being accused of harassing Hudson police.

Hudson police arrested Paul Dinucci, 53, of Nashua, on Monday and charged him with two counts of harassment and one count of breach of bail conditions, all of which are misdemeanors, police said. ...

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A Nashua man was arrested for at least the third time after being accused of harassing Hudson police.

Hudson police arrested Paul Dinucci, 53, of Nashua, on Monday and charged him with two counts of harassment and one count of breach of bail conditions, all of which are misdemeanors, police said.

The arrest came after Dinucci repeatedly called the police dispatch center and appeared at the Police Department on Constitution Drive with no legitimate purpose between July 16 and 29 and again this Sunday and Monday.

Those contacts came after he was charged in November with three counts of harassment after doing the same thing between Nov. 6 and 8 and warned not to contact Hudson police except in case of an emergency, police said.

Dinucci was arrested for violating those bail conditions on Jan. 13 and again on Monday, police said.

At Dinucci’s arraignment at Nashua district court Tuesday morning, Hudson police prosecutor Joe Tessier detailed a slew of harassment and disorderly conduct charges Dinucci has faced in Hudson, Nashua and Merrimack since around 2010. He said the phone calls in the latest episode began to take on a sexually harassing nature.

A judge modified Dinucci’s bail from $10,000 cash to $10,000 personal recognizance and ordered him to contact a veteran’s health organization that offers mental health treatment.

Joseph G. Cote can be reached at 594-6415 or jcote@nashua
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EDITOR’S NOTE: The story has been corrected to reflect that the charges are misdemeanors, not felonies.