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Nashua man, woman accused of robbery, burglary, faking a burglary

NASHUA – Two Nashua residents accused of being involved in a burglary, a fake burglary and a robbery are among the indictments handed down by a Hillsborough County Superior Court grand jury this week.

Mark LaFountain, 21, and Chelsea Williamson, 26, both of 32 Kinsley St., Apt. 7, are facing burglary, robbery and false report charges stemming from a series of incidents earlier this year, according to court documents. ...

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NASHUA – Two Nashua residents accused of being involved in a burglary, a fake burglary and a robbery are among the indictments handed down by a Hillsborough County Superior Court grand jury this week.

Mark LaFountain, 21, and Chelsea Williamson, 26, both of 32 Kinsley St., Apt. 7, are facing burglary, robbery and false report charges stemming from a series of incidents earlier this year, according to court documents.

The Nashua police investigated an April 23 burglary during which a gun and a television were taken. They accused LaFountain of selling some of the items reported stolen to a pawn shop, and a warrant was issued for his arrest, police said.

Another burglary was reported by LaFountain and Williamson several days later, and the burglary unit determined it never happened, police said.

On June 1, police were called to the J.C. Penney store at 310 Daniel Webster Highway for the report of a robbery. Employees said Williamson had punched an employee three times when the employee tried to stop a theft, police said.

The pair were indicted on eight felony charges, including theft by unauthorized taking, robbery and burglary, and are each charged with false report, according to court documents.

Indictments are not a finding of guilt. They are simply the grand jury’s determination that prosecutors have enough evidence to pursue the case at the superior court level.

Other indictments handed down this week include:

Joshua Newman, 19, last known address of 5 South Groton St., Nashua.

Newman is charged with first-degree assault for allegedly beating another man with a rock on June 14 near Havana and South Groton streets, causing an orbital bone fracture, according to court documents.

Ernie Roig, 26, of Nashua.

Roig is charged with stabbing a man in the stomach when the alleged victim intervened in a domestic dispute between Roig and a woman on July 4.

The man had injuries that were not life-threatening, police said.

Roig was indicted on charges of first-degree assault, second-degree assault and two counts of criminal threatening, according to court documents.

Jacob Reznikow, 27, last known address of 59 Ash St., Nashua.

Reznikow is charged in connection to a bizarre incident in Merrimack on June 17. Reznikow is accused of damaging the lawn at 769 Daniel Webster Highway by driving on it, then driving at the homeowner.

Later, police said they learned Reznikow had been involved in a domestic altercation with a woman in the van, according to police.

He is charged with reckless conduct, DWI criminal mischief and simple assault, according to court documents.

A full list of indictments is available at www.nashua
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Joseph G. Cote can be reached at 594-6415 or jcote@nashuatelegraph.com. Also, follow Cote on Twitter (@Telegraph_JoeC).