Two arrests made in October theft

Jonathan Broderick has been arrested for Theft by Deception, Consolidation, Class A Felony and Attempted Theft by Deception, Class A Felony.

NASHUA – A 19-year-old Nashua man has been arrested for theft by deception, consolidation, a Class A felony and attempted theft by deception, also a Class A felony.

Class A felonies are punishable by up to 15 years in state prison, exclusive of fines.

On Thursday, Jonathan Broderick, 19, of 45 Ayer Road, was arrested by Nashua police at 6:53 p.m. The arrested was a result of an Oct. 12 incident where several checks were stolen and cashed in excess of $8,000.

Detectives with the Special Investigations Division were assigned to further the investigation.

According to their findings, Broderick and an unnamed juvenile, 17, were found to be suspects. According to officials, the juvenile in connection to this investigation also was arrested.

Broderick was released on $500 bail pending his arraignment at Hillsborough Superior Court South on Nov. 30.

Adam Urquhart can be reached at 594-1206 or aurquhart@nashuatelegraph.com.