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Hillsborough North grand jury indicts several local residents

By Dean Shalhoup | Jan 8, 2020

Michael Farmer, 28, of 5 Bates Road, Merrimack

MANCHESTER – A Merrimack man facing charges accusing him of hitting a woman with his truck and breaking her leg is among several Nashua area residents indicted by the Hillsborough County Superior Court-North grand jury for December.

Jason Tweedy, 41, of 9 Pilgrim Ave., was indicted on one count each of second-degree assault – serious bodily injury; reckless conduct – deadly weapon; simple assault – domestic violence (bodily injury and deadly weapon); and conduct after an accident – death or injury resulting, all Class B felonies.

The allegations as stated in the indictments accuse Tweedy of recklessly causing serious bodily injury to the woman by striking her with his truck, causing a fractured leg; recklessly engaging in conduct that placed the woman in danger of serious bodily injury when he drove his truck while the woman was in physical contact with the truck; negligently causing serious bodily injury to another by means of a deadly weapon (the truck); and failing to stop his vehicle after being involved in an accident that resulted in serious bodily injury to the woman, all on Oct. 6 in the town of Bennington.

Also indicted by the Hillsborough North grand jury are the following.

• Michael Farmer, 28, of 5 Bates Road, Merrimack. One count each, burglary, and theft – two prior convictions, both Class B felonies, for allegedly threatening to use a syringe infected with “Hep C” on a person in the course of committing a theft, and stealing a sum of money from a doughnut shop after having been convicted twice of theft. The incidents allegedly occurred on Aug. 5 in Amherst.

• Thomas Duffy, 40, of 170 Concord St., Apt. 10-5, Nashua. Two counts, robbery, Class B felonies, for allegedly telling a person to “get away from me or I’ll stab you,” while in the course of committing a theft of a retail store, and pushing a shopping cart into another person as she tried to stop Duffy from leaving the store without paying for merchandise, on Sept. 16 in Manchester.

• Channelle Walker, 26, of 22 London Court, Merrimack. One count, receiving stolen property, Class A felony, for allegedly disposing of two gold rings together worth more than $1,500 with the purpose to deprive another person of the rings, on Sept. 12 in Manchester.

• Timothy Court, 31, of 545 Elm St., Apt. 20, Milford. One count, theft, Class B felony, for allegedly obtaining unauthorized control over the property of a business by taking more than $1,000 from the business, during the course of his employment with the business, from Feb. 20 to March 14, 2018, at Greenfield, Manchester, and Goffstown.

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


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