Arrest made Tuesday in Nashua burglary
NASHUA – Eric Violette, the 34-year-old Nashua man arrested Tuesday after a two-month police investigation into a residential burglary, waived Superior Court arraignment Wednesday and was ordered jailed on cash bail.
Violette, of 4 Williams Court, is charged with one count each of theft, a Class A felony, and burglary, a Class B felony, police said.
Members of the department’s Problem Orientated Policing Unit took Violette into custody around 9 p.m. Tuesday. Police said a warrant had been issued for his arrest.
The issuance of the warrant capped the investigation that began when police took a report of a residential burglary on Nov. 9.
Police didn’t list the address, but said jewelry and other personal items were stolen. They said detectives were able to recover the stolen items during the course of the investigation, which ultimately led them to Violette as their suspect.