Local burglary, theft suspects indicted in Manchester court

MANCHESTER – Two men accused of burglarizing Joey’s Diner in Amherst and the suspect in the theft of a firearm from a backpack have been indicted by the Hillsborough County Superior Court North grand jury for

January.

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.

John Barbuti, 30, of 18 Quail Run, Apt. B, Hudson,

and Shivam Yadav, 26, of 3 Highland St., Apt. 8, Nashua, were each indicted on one count of burglary, a Class B felony, in connection with the Aug. 2 burglary at the Craftsman Lane diner.

Their indictments state that Yadav allegedly “aided Barbuti (in) the commission of … burglary” by allegedly driving Barbuti to the diner.

Meanwhile, Nashua resident Tyler Bott, 23, of 21 Spaulding Ave., was indicted on one count of theft of a firearm, a Class A felony, and one count of criminal mischief, a Class A misdemeanor.

He is accused of breaking the window of a car and removing a backpack containing a Taurus 9 mm handgun that belonged to another person, on March 15, 2017, in Manchester, according to the indictments.

And another Nashua resident, Jose Rosario, 21, of 525 Amherst St., Apt. C23, was indicted on one count of reckless conduct – deadly weapon, a Class B felony, and one count of disobeying an office, a Class A misdemeanor.

Rosario is accused of placing “other motorists in danger of serious bodily injury (by) driving his vehicle in an unsafe manner and at an unreasonable speed,” and of “purposely neglecting to stop” when a police officer signaled him to stop, on June 1 in Manchester.

Dean Shalhoup can be reached at 594-1256, dshalhoup@nashua

telegraph.com or @Telegraph_DeanS.