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Caught: Three face various charges in Nashua and Merrimack

NASHUA – Amina Gordon, Shane Beals, and Clarkson Marcal face various and unrelated charges after their recent arrests.

Gordon, 20, of New York City, faces four Class A felony allegations for attempted theft by deception, theft by deception, and two counts of identity fraud.

At 5:44 p.m. Tuesday, Nashua police officers responded to Verizon Wireless at 310 Daniel Webster Hwy. in Nashua for a report of fraud in progress. Contact was made with Gordon on scene and it was determined Gordon attempted to fraudulently obtain multiple cellphones with a total value in excess of $1,500 by opening an account using the identity of another individual.

Detectives furthered this investigation and came to believe that earlier in the evening, Gordon entered another Verizon Wireless at 258 Daniel Webster Hwy. to fraudulently obtain multiple cellphones with a total value in excess of $1,500 by opening an account using the identity of second victim.

Gordon was released on $1,000 cash bail and is scheduled to be arraigned Jan. 23 at Hillsborough County Superior Court-South.

Beals, 43, of Dorchester, Massachusetts, faces a Class A felony allegation of receiving stolen property. Authorities arrested him at 11:49 a.m. Tuesday at the Plymouth County Correctional Facility in Plymouth, Massachusetts, on the active warrant.

On Jan. 29, 2019, Nashua police received a report about someone stealing items worth more than $1,500 from a residence. During the course of the investigation, Beals was identified as a suspect, as he had recently been at the residence performing construction work. Further investigation revealed Beals allegedly pawned a number of the stolen items at two local pawn shops. Based on the information, detectives applied for and were granted an arrest warrant, charging Beals with the felony count.

Beals was released on $250 cash bail and is scheduled to be arraigned on Jan. 16 at Hillsborough County Superior Court-South.

Marcal, 26, of Merrimack, faces charges of operating with a suspended registration, operating after suspension and license display.

At 3:24 p.m. Tuesday, a Merrimack police officer stopped a car on the Daniel Webster Highway for an alleged motor vehicle violation. The officer then made contact with the operator, identified by his New Hampshire driver’s license as Marcal. A records check allegedly indicated that Marcal’s driver’s license and registration privileges were suspended on Aug. 10 for an uninsured accident.

Marcal was transported to the Merrimack Police Department for processing on the charges. He was released on personal recognizance bail and is scheduled to appear before the Ninth Circuit Court-Merrimack Division on Jan. 23 to answer to the charges.

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