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Alleged theft from store leads to felony charge

Salem Street resident Dana Hastings, 29, was charged Tuesday with a felony-level count of theft after a two-week police investigation into a report of items being stolen from a Daniel Webster Highway store, police said.

Hastings, of 13A Salem St., was later released on $300 cash bail pending a Nashua district court hearing Nov. 10. ...

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Salem Street resident Dana Hastings, 29, was charged Tuesday with a felony-level count of theft after a two-week police investigation into a report of items being stolen from a Daniel Webster Highway store, police said.

Hastings, of 13A Salem St., was later released on $300 cash bail pending a Nashua district court hearing Nov. 10.

Police took him into custody around 4 p.m. Tuesday on a warrant, which police said was issued as the result of their investigation into the Sept. 6 theft at The Paper Store.

The charge was upgraded to a Class B felony, police said, after a records check revealed that Hastings has twice been convicted of theft-related charges.

A Class B felony is punishable by up to seven years imprisonment, exclusive of fines, police added.

- DEAN SHALHOUP