Nashua police nab suspect in May argument involving a handgun
NASHUA – Police late last week took into custody Vladimir Capre, a 45-year-old local man who is accused of threatening another man with a handgun during an argument at a local apartment complex.
Police said Capre, whose last known address is 35 Congress St., Apt. 7, is charged with one count of criminal threatening – deadly weapon, a Class B felony that accuses him of threatening an acquaintance with a gun on May 24.
An investigation by detectives identified Capre as the suspect, and a warrant was issued for his arrest, police said.
Capre was booked on the charge then later released on personal recognizance bail. He subsequently waived arraignment, and is due back in court on a date yet to be decided.
Police ask that anyone who may have additional information on the incident to call the department’s Crime Line at 589-1665.
Dean Shalhoup may be reached at 594-1256 or firstname.lastname@example.org.