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  • Writer's pictureCaity Koz

Indictment Roundup: December 2022

December’s Hillsborough County Superior Court – North Indictments include indictments related to the October Huse Road stabbing, the 2021 murder on Chestnut St that led to a 4-day manhunt, the September “Peek-A-Boo” incident at Colonial Village, the shooting of a pregnant woman in September, the October 17 armed robbery at Bunny’s, the October 2 armed robbery at Dunkin Donuts, the 2021 robbery at Citizens bank, and a 2020 crash that put the passenger in the ICU.

33% of all indictments were drug-related, and 14% were theft, robbery, or fraud related. The number of drug-related indictments more than doubled from last month.

6% of indictments were Bail Jumping, a charge that had no indictments for the previous 3 months.

Out of the drug charges, over 80% were related to fentanyl, methamphetamine, or cocaine, with half of that being just fentanyl.

Below are some of the indictments included.

Violent Crimes:

  • Marc J Cincotta of Manchester

    • Indictments: First Degree Assault, CDAAP, PRCFF (2)

    • Allegedly struck victim in the face with a tire iron, while in possession of suboxone and a crossbow and having been previously convicted for first degree assault

    • This is related to the October Huse Road stabbing.

  • Timothy Johnson of Manchester

    • Indictments: Second Degree Murder (2), Felon In Possession Of A Firearm, Falsifying Physical Evidence (2)

    • Allegedly killed Jean Lascelle and disposed of the murder weapon and his coat.

    • This is related to the 2021 murder on Chestnut St that led to a 4-day manhunt and a change in policies at Families in Transition. Johnson was eventually caught in MA and fought extradition.

  • Michael Kenney of Manchester

    • Indictment: Criminal Threatening

    • Allegedly pointed a firearm at a person and said “Peek-A-Boo Motherfucker”

    • This is related to the September incident at Colonial Village.

  • Corey Raikes of Manchester

    • Indictments: Second Degree Assault, PRCFF (2), Falsifying Physical Evidence

    • Allegedly fired firearm into a building and struck someone, and then attempted to conceal the weapon.

    • This was related to the shooting of a pregnant woman in September.

  • Walter Barss of New Boston

    • Indictments: AFSA (2)

    • Allegedly sexually assaulted victim while asleep.

    • Walter Barss has been previously convicted of Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault.

  • Osvaldo Cancela of Manchester

    • Indictments: Criminal Threatening, Criminal Restraint

    • Allegedly demanded information from victim while holding a knife to their chest

  • Jeffrey A Henley of Keene

    • Indictments: Second-Degree Assault (2)

    • Allegedly strangled a victim while that person was driving a vehicle

  • Freddie E Reyes of Manchester

    • Indictments: Reckless Conduct, Falsifying Physical Evidence

    • Allegedly fired multiple rounds into a handgun into 334 Union St and then attempted to cover up the bullet holes with paint and duct tape

  • Merlin Umana of Manchester

    • Indictments: Reckless Conduct, Falsifying Physical Evidence

    • Allegedly fired a bullet through the ceiling of 129 Boutwell St.

Crimes Against Minors:

  • Samuel Piper of Concord

    • Indictment: FSA

    • Allegedly sexually assaulted a child under 13 and “hurt her butt”

  • Amani Sapatis of Manchester

    • Indictments: Possession of Child Sexual Abuse Images (10)

    • Allegedly had possession of videos of children in sexually explicit conduct by themselves and with adults

Theft and Fraud:

  • Tylor C Angers of Nashua

    • Indictments: Resisting Arrest or Detention, CDAAP (2), Falsifying Physical Evidence, Bail Jumping (2), Theft by Unauthorized Taking

    • Allegedly stole over $1,500 from an Aroma Joe’s break room and attempted to conceal fentanyl in his mouth upon arrest.

    • In October, Angers was indicted for stealing from a tip jar.

  • Stephen Ham of Manchester

    • Indictments: Robbery (2)

    • Allegedly stole $200 and 20 packs of cigarettes from Bunny’s on Elm St by pointing a pistol at the clerk and saying “don’t be stupid, remain calm and act like everything is alright” as well as ordering the clerk to give over her purse.

    • This is related to the October 17 armed robbery.

  • Shawn Senay of Manchester

    • Indictment: Robbery

    • Allegedly threatened a clerk at Dunkin Donuts with a gun to give him money from the register

    • This is related to the October 2 armed robbery.

  • Michael Wells of Manchester

  • Dylan Bickford of Manchester

    • Indictment: Robbery

    • Allegedly smacked a phone out of someone’s hand and took it.

  • Megan Burke of Manchester

    • Indictment: Robbery

    • Allegedly punched someone as Burke was fleeing Market Basket with stolen goods.

  • Nicole Colon of Manchester

    • Indictments: Burglary, Willful Concealment

    • Allegedly entered a residence and stole property valued more than $1,500

  • Luis Concepcion of Manchester

    • Indictments: Robbery, Burglary

    • Allegedly broke into a residence and stole a flat screen TV

  • Sean Gerber of Nashua

    • Indictment: Theft by Unauthorized Taking

    • Allegedly took items and cash from multiple vehicles in Amherst

  • Brandi E Hamm of Manchester

    • Indictment: Willful Concealment

    • Allegedly stole 4 Xboxes and a suitcase from Walmart with Kyle Gerrish

  • Richard A Johnson of Manchester

    • Indictments: Theft by Unauthorized Taking, Burglary

    • Allegedly took a side-by-side four-wheeler and parked it in front of the exit

  • William R Marchiani of Largo, FL

    • Indictments: CDAAP, Receiving Stolen Property, Unauthorized Use of Propelled Vehicle or Rented Property

    • Allegedly abandoned a 2015 Ford F250 truck from Home Depot without returning it while possessing methamphetamine

  • David Voight of Manchester

    • Indictments: Criminal Mischief (6), Theft by Unauthorized Taking (7)

    • Allegedly struck multiple vehicles with a tire iron, causing damage greater than $1,500 each time, and stole property from those vehicles

Driving Incidents:

  • Norma Salvador of Lowell, MA

    • Indictments: Aggravated Driving While Intoxicated, Second Degree Assault

    • Allegedly drove under the influence of liquor and crashed, causing cervical spine fractures of another person, and damaging two houses

    • This is related to a 2020 incident that put the passenger in the ICU.

  • Tyler Sassevile of Manchester

    • Indictment(s): Criminal Mischief, Reckless Conduct

    • Allegedly did burnouts, power slides, and other spinning maneuvers in the parking lot of 777 S. Willow Street, causing damage of over $1,500


  • Adam R Allen of Manchester

    • Indictment: Reckless Conduct

    • Allegedly fired a handgun in Sheehan-Basquil Park

  • Dillon Coleman of Manchester

    • Indictment: Taking a Firearm From a Law Enforcement Officer

    • Allegedly attempted to remove the firearm from Officer Dias’ holster

  • Jeffrey Faust of Manchester

    • Indictments: False Report as to Explosives (2)

    • Allegedly left multiple voicemails: one at the Merrimack Valley Assistant Program stating “I am not stopping. I think I might put a bomb in your building.” and one at 1200 Elm St stating,” Hello, you have a bomb in your building and I’m going to be looking for each and every one of your associates that show apartments and I’m going to shoot each and every one of them, thank you, buh bye.”

  • Daniel E Laguerre of Peterborough

    • Indictments: Criminal Mischief, Tampering With Witnesses and Informants (3)

    • Allegedly caused over $1,500 in damage and threatened witness by stating that his lawyers were going to get her mental health records and expose her struggles with mental health, as well as “It’s up to you how far you want to push this,” and “I really hope you don’t screw me.” Allegedly also offered money to use towards a house if they stopped cooperating


The following abbreviations are used: AFSA (Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault), FSA (Felonious Sexual Assault), PRCFF (Pistols & Revolvers; Convicted Felons, Felony), PRACC (Pistols & Revolvers; Armed Career Criminals), CDAAP (Controlled Drug Act; Acts Prohibited)

All the indictments are dependent on evidence brought before the Grand Jury and the accused are innocent until proven guilty.

Previous indictment roundups: August, September, October, November

From left to right: (top) Raikes, Cincotta, Salvador, Wells, (bottom) Kenney, Johnson, Angers, Senay


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