Indictment Roundup: October 2022
October’s Hillsborough County Superior Court – North Indictments include indictments related to the Mobile Station attempted kidnapping, the Bronstein Park stabbing, the police chase that ended on Second St., the Second St. arson, the attempted robbery of a taxi driver, and the man who threatened people and a police K9 with a knife.
About 38% of all indictments were drug-related, and 19% were theft/robbery/burglary. The number of drug-related indictments increased by 44% from last month.
Out of the drug charges, about 40% were related to fentanyl, 29% were related to methamphetamine. The number of methamphetamine charges increased by 86% from last month.
Below are some of the indictments included.
Joshua Bowden of Alton Bay
Indictments: First Degree Assault, Kidnapping,
Allegedly worked with Elias Dawley to terroize victim by confining them to the front seat of a car as the only way to escape was to leave the vehicle while in motion and then struck the victim with the car
This is related to the August attempted kidnapping at 1602 Elm. St. Mobile Station. Photo below.
Robin Campbell of Manchester
Indictments: First Degree Assault (2)
Allegedly stabbed the victim in the armpit and shoulder with a knife
Ryan Freeman of Manchester
Indictments: Second Degree Assault, Conduct After Accident, Reckless Conduct (4)
Allegedly drove vehicle into side of MPD vehicle causing injury to an officer and left scene.
Christopher E Hayward of Epsom
Indictments: Reckless Conduct (2)
Allegedly struck an officer with his car when he fled a traffic stop and ran multiple red lights and crossed over street lines at a high rate of speed.
Emmanuel Matthews of Manchester
Indictments: CDAAP, Criminal Threatening (2)
Allegedly told victim to “get away from me or I’m gonna cut you” while brandishing a box cutter type knife and in possession of buprenorphine
Charles Maynard of Manchester
Indictment: Second Degree Assault
Allegedly struck victim in the face causing fractures
Robert Philbrick of Manchester
Indictments: First Degree Assault, PRCFF, Criminal Threatening
Allegedly lunged and thrashed a knife at the victim
This is related to the August incident where after Philbrick allgedly threatened a man, then hid from police, and threatened to stab the K9 that found him. Photo below.
John Santana-Cedeno of Manchester
Indictment: Second Degree Assault
Allegedly threw a person from a moving vehicle
Crimes Against Minors:
Ahmed Abukar of Manchester
Indictments: Criminal Restraint, Kidnapping, Simple Assault, Simple Assault on a Police Officer
Allegedly enticed a minor away from her parents, into a Dollar Deluxe, and then headbutted a police officer.
These indictments are in addition to the August indictment of Kidnapping. Photo below.
Rafael Mortan of Manchester
Indictments: Second Degree Assault, Receiving Stolen Property, Burglary, Possession of a Controlled Drug (2)
Allegedly pinched a child’s shoulder and caused a red mark, was in possession of a stolen Dodge Dart, entered a residence at night, and was in possession of amphetamine/dextraoamphetamine and Clonazepam.
William Santana of Hudson
Indictments: Second Degree Assault (2)
Allegedly grabbed a child under 13 by his arms and neck and held him up in the air, causing brusing.
Theft and Fraud:
Tylor C Angers of Nashua
Indictments: Theft by Unauthorized Taking, Possession of a Controlled Drug, Falsifying Physical Evidence
Allegedly stole $15 from a tip jar while in the possession of fentanyl
Luis Concepcion of Manchester
Allegedly held a gun to the victim’s head and said “I have a gun, give me all your money.”
This is related to a September attempted robbery of a taxi driver. Photo below.
Catherine Gagne of Manchester
Indictments: Burglary, Theft by Unauthorized Taking (5)
Allegedly stole credit cards, a Mac Book Pro, Mac Book Air, Ipad Pro, Ipad Air, Playstation 4, Liv Road Bicycle, jewelry, Patagonia backpack from a residential property and additional goods from Marketbasket and Vaporamas.
Wayne Saykaly II of Manchester
Indictments: Identity Fraud (8)
Allegedly used another’s name, address, date of birth, and social security number to obtain credit cards from Empower Banking, SoFi Money, Wicket, Current Credit, and a debit card from Venmo, as well as using another person’s TD Bank debit card to obtain information about the person.
Matthew Siwik of Manchester
Indictments: Theft by Unauthorized Taking (2)
Allegedly stole an Apple iPhone XR and sold it
Michael Stevens of Manchester
Indictments: Theft by Deception (2), Receiving Stolen Property (3), Burglary (2), Theft by Unauthorized Taking, Conspiracy to Commit Burglary
Allegedly received solten credit and/or debit cards and used them to pay for goods at Market Basket. Additionally, broke into multiple residences and stole items including a firearm.
Kaysie Thibodeau of Manchester
Indictments: Theft by Unauthorized Taking, Fraudulent Use of Credit Card
Allegedly stole over $8,000 from another person’s bank accounts.
Gregg Malisos of Manchester
Indictments: Reckless Conduct, Receiving Stolen Property
Allegedly drove the wrong way on Chestnut Street while fleeing the police on a stolen moped
Clarence Collins of New York City
Indictments: Sale of a Controlled Drug (Subsequent Offense) (3), Drug Enterprise Leader, Possession with Intent to Distribute (Subsequent Offense) (4)
Allegedly conspired with Rachael Mount and/or a confidential informant to bring and/or sell methamphetamine into New Hampshire, after previously being convicted for possession and/or trafficking drugs in New York, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania
David Hiltz of Goffstown
Allegedly burned a flag on the side of Putnam’s Waterview Restaurant
Edgardo Pacheco of Manchester
Indictments: PRCFF, Criminal Threatening, Arson
Allegedly swung a machete at a person and on a separate occasion set fire to an apartment.
Abdi Rasulo of Manchester
Indictment: Falsifying Physical Evidence
Allegedly removed a license plate of a vehicle involved in a shooting
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.
From left to right: (top) Philbrick, Concepcion, Abukar, (bottom) Campbell, Bowden, Hayward