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Amherst couple charged with selling man’s wedding ring

NASHUA – Police arrested an Amherst couple and charged them with stealing and pawning a man’s wedding ring.

Nashua police were called Aug. 10 after the victim contacted the Milford police to report that he had lost a wedding band worth more than $1,500. The man unsure whether he had lost the ring in Nashua or Milford, police said. ...

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NASHUA – Police arrested an Amherst couple and charged them with stealing and pawning a man’s wedding ring.

Nashua police were called Aug. 10 after the victim contacted the Milford police to report that he had lost a wedding band worth more than $1,500. The man unsure whether he had lost the ring in Nashua or Milford, police said.

Milford police investigated and found paperwork at a Nashua pawnshop that showed that Emmalyne Castillo, 28, of 27 Mill St., Amherst, had sold the ring. Nashua detectives investigated and said that the ring was found by Nicholas Baldasare, 25, of the same address, who gave it Castillo, his girlfriend, to sell, police said.

Both were arrested around 4:20 p.m. on Aug. 20, police said.

Baldasarre was charged with theft of lost or mislaid property, and Castillo is charged with receiving stolen property, both of which are Class A felonies punishable by up to 15 years in prison plus fines, police said.

Baldasarre and Castillo were both released on $10,000 personal recognizance bail pending their arraignments at Nashua district court, police said.

– JOSEPH G. COTE