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Assaults, theft among indictments; Merrimack residents face charges for deadly weapons 

By DEAN SHALHOUP
Staff Writer

MANCHESTER - A 33-year-old Nashua man with two prior convictions for theft has been indicted on a new set of theft-
related charges, while a Merrimack resident is facing three indictments accusing him of taking a baseball bat to the head, face, hands and wrists of three people, according to the list of November indictments handed down by the grand jury for Hillsborough County Superior Court Northern division.

An indictment is not an indication, or proof of, guilt, but represents the grand jury's determination that enough evidence exists for prosecutors to move the case forward in Superior Court. ...

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MANCHESTER - A 33-year-old Nashua man with two prior convictions for theft has been indicted on a new set of theft-
related charges, while a Merrimack resident is facing three indictments accusing him of taking a baseball bat to the head, face, hands and wrists of three people, according to the list of November indictments handed down by the grand jury for Hillsborough County Superior Court Northern division.

An indictment is not an indication, or proof of, guilt, but represents the grand jury's determination that enough evidence exists for prosecutors to move the case forward in Superior Court.

The Nashua resident, Bryon Bouchie, of 12 Van Buren St., was indicted on two counts each of theft by deception and receiving stolen property, accusing him of pawning stolen power tools for cash at two shops in Manchester on July 1 and 2.

The charges are all Class B felonies because Bouchie, according to the indictments, has twice been convicted of theft of property or services.

Merrimack resident Robert Russell, 30, of 10 Canterbury Way, allegedly struck two people in the head and face and one in the hands and wrists on July 29 in Manchester, resulting in three indictments for first-degree assault - deadly weapon, Class A felonies.

Other local residents indicted in the Hillsborough North division this month follow.

n Jessica Normand, 32, of 23A Loop Road, Merrimack. Two counts, criminal threatening - deadly weapon, Class B felonies, for allegedly placing two people in fear of imminent bodily injury by waving a knife at them while "yelling (for them) to get off the property," on Sept. 20 in Manchester.

n David Rodriquez, also known as David Roig, 37, of 22 Ash St., Nashua. One count each, attempted theft; stalking; and felon in possession of dangerous weapon, Class B felonies, and one count, stalking, Class A misdemeanor, for allegedly possessing a .22 caliber handgun after being convicted of a felony offense, and violating the provisions of a bail order by making contact with his girlfriend, on Aug. 18 in Manchester, and for allegedly attempting to steal a generator from a truck and again violating the no-contact bail order provision, on Oct. 18 in Manchester.

* Christian Gamache, 20, of 26 Beacon St., Londonderry. One count each, aggravated felonious sexual assault - use of force or violence, and AFSA - no consent, both special felonies; one count, kidnapping - victim under age 18, Class B felony; and one count, sexual assault, Class A misdemeanor, for allegedly "enticing away a child" (age 15) from her parents by "driving her away from her parents' home during the night, and (bringing) her to his home" after her parents told him not to have contact with her; engaging in sexual penetration with the alleged victim by overcoming her with "superior physical strength" after she told him "no" and tried to push him away, between July 5-31, 2015, in Manchester.

* Pedro Padro, 32, of 43 Congress St., Apt. 7, Nashua. One count each, operating a vehicle as a habitual offender, special felony; and conduct after an accident, Class A misdemeanor, for allegedly driving while knowing he was a certified habitual offender, and failing to stop after being involved in a motor vehicle crash, on Sept. 15 in Manchester.

* Warren Picard, 54, of 9 Blackstone Drive, Nashua. One count, theft, Class B felony, for allegedly concealing a bottle of wine and attempting to leave the store without paying for it, on Aug. 6 in Manchester.

Dean Shalhoup can be reached at 594-1256, dshalhoup@nashuatelegraph.com or@Telegraph_DeanS.