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  • Caity Koz

Indictment Roundup: September 2022

August's Hillsborough County Superior Court – North Indictments include indictments related to the May Carpenter Center murder, the June rock-throwing incident at The Mall of New Hampshire, the February incident of two children found surrounded by needles, and the July arson that killed a dog.


About 30% of all indictments were drug-related, 12% were theft/robbery/burglary or fraud, 12% were assault, and 6% were sexual assault.


Out of the drug charges, about 40% were related to fentanyl, 28% were related to cocaine/crack cocaine, and 13% were related to methamphetamine.


Below are some of the indictments included.


Violent Crimes:

  • Stephanie Beard

  • Indictments: Theft by Unauthorized Taking, Second Degree Murder (2)

  • Allegedly killed victim with a knife and stole his car

  • This is related to a May incident where John Glennon was found stabbed to death in his apartment in the Carpenter Center. Beard was arrested in Boston.

  • David Hamilton of Manchester

  • Indictments: First Degree Assault (3), Conduct After Accident (3)

  • Allegedly accelerated his car in reverse, crashing and running over multiple victims causing compound fractures of one victim’s leg, a fractured pelvis in another victim, and a dislocated shoulder in a third.

  • This is related to a July incident where police were called for a report of a fight; when police arrived at the scene of around 20 people, Hamilton is alleged to have gotten into his car, reversed, and accelerated through a group of people. After crashing the car, Hamilton took off on foot and left a dog inside the car.

  • Malou Mayoul Roric of Manchester

  • Indictments: Reckless Conduct, Criminal Mischief

  • Allegedly threw rocks from elevated position onto vehicles and pedestrian traffic, causing damage to a person’s car.

  • This is related to a June incident at the Mall of New Hampshire; Roric was out on bail from previous charges at the time.

  • Gabriel Wonsang of Manchester

  • Indictments: Criminal Threatening (2)

  • Allegedly threatened Manchester Police Officers Kirby and Dawson with a heavy metal chain

  • This is related to a July incident where police were called to a 7-Eleven for a male who stole drinks and was swinging a chain.

  • Aaron Allen of Manchester

  • Indictments: Criminal Threatening, First Degree Assault (2), Falsifying Physical Evidence

  • Allegedly struck victim with a long blunt object, held a machete-style blade to victim’s throat, and attempted to conceal the long blunt object from authorities

  • Russell G Alvarez of Manchester

  • Indictment: First Degree Assault

  • Allegedly grabbed victim by the face and attempted to stab victim with a long knife

  • Angus Anderson of Manchester

  • Indictments: Burglary, Robbery, Second Degree Assault

  • Allegedly strangled victim while attempting to steal a dog; on a different occasion allegedly broke into a residence

  • Tyler Brooks of Bristol

  • Indictment: First Degree Assault

  • Allegedly drove a large tool with a metal scraper into Dr. Matthew Masewic’s chest

  • Leeann Burke of Manchester

  • Indictment: Criminal Threatening

  • Allegedly threatened to kill one or two people while holding a hammer

  • Nicolas David of Manchester

  • Indictment: Criminal Threatening

  • Allegedly threatened victim with a knife while yelling profanities

  • Allan Farrell of Manchester

  • Indictment: Simple Assault

  • Allegedly slammed a door on Officer Sardo

  • Mark Donald Gagnon of Manchester

  • Indictment: Reckless Conduct

  • Allegedly struck victim with his pickup truck

  • Matti Lynn Guyer, AKA Matthew Johnston

  • Indictments: Second Degree Assault (2)

  • Allegedly slammed victim to ground and punched her in the face, causing a fracture to her eye socket and a contusion to the eye.

  • John Edward Hilliard of Brockton, MA

  • Indictments: AFSA, FSA, Burglary

  • Allegedly entered the dwelling of a victim at night and penetrated and caused injury to the victim

  • Marc Horowitz of Manchester

  • Indictment: Criminal Threatening

  • Allegedly threatened two people with a large knife

  • Jeremy Matos of Hooksett

  • Indictments: Criminal Threatening, Felonious Use of Firearm (2), PRCFF, PRACC, Controlled Drug Acts; Acts Prohibited (2)

  • Allegedly racked a firearm and pointed it at victim’s face, while in possession of 29 Xanax pills and methamphetamine and having previously been convicted of 3 or more felonies

  • Raymond Moore of Manchester

  • Indictments: First Degree Assault, Falsifying Physical Evidence, Criminal Threatening

  • Allegedly slashed at victim’s midsection with a knife while threatening to kill the victim and then hid the knife

  • Joshua Provost of Manchester

  • Indictment: Criminal Threatening

  • Allegedly approached Manchester police officers with a knife in each hand, and challenged them by saying defiantly “Do you want to take it from me?” and “Come on!”


Crimes against minors:

  • Tiffany L Albert of Manchester

  • Indictments: Reckless Conduct (2)

  • Allegedly left children around uncapped syringes containing fentanyl

  • This is in regard to a February 2022 incident where two children were found with over 100 needles and other drug paraphernalia. Raymond Punturier had made the call, was found with the child, and was speaking incoherently. Albert, the children’s mother, had left the location earlier. Punturier has already been charged.

  • Fred Baldinelli of Manchester

  • Indictment: Indecent Exposure and Lewdness

  • Allegedly exposed genitals while a child under 16 was present

  • Wellington De La Cruz Montero of Manchester

  • Indictments: AFSA, FSA

  • Allegedly touched victim’s genitals after she said “no” while victim was a minor under the age of 16.

  • Shane Dziura of Manchester

  • Indictments: First Degree Assault, Second Degree Assault (2)

  • Allegedly shook infant, causing intracranial bleeding and a leg injury

  • Dmitriy Gvizda of Manchester

  • Indictments: AFSA (4)

  • Allegedly committed a pattern of sexual assault against a child under 13

  • Ronald Laquerre of Weare

  • Indictments: AFSA - Pattern, AFSA

  • Allegedly committed a pattern of sexual assault against a child under 13


Theft and Fraud:

  • Luis J. Avendano of Manchester

  • Indictments: Unemployment Compensation Fraud (2)

  • Allegedly worked for Amazon, Pyramid, Quantem Aviation Services, and Nashua Country Club while replying “No” to the unemployment benefits question about working and received benefits. This occurred 54 times over a period of 4 years.

  • Shaun B Barton of Manchester

  • Indictments: Receiving Stolen Property, Theft by Unauthorized Taking

  • Allegedly received a DCU debit card not belonging to Barton and attempted to withdraw $899 with it.

  • Keith Beal of Salem

  • Indictment: Burglary

  • Allegedly attempted to break into a residence

  • Zenandre Braccio of Manchester

  • Indictment: Theft by Unauthorized Taking

  • Allegedly took $2,300 from a victim under the guise of purchasing a transmission but never delivered transmission or returned the money

  • Jonathan Bryceland of Manchester

  • Indictments: Burglary, Falsifying Physical Evidence, Theft by Unauthorized Taking

  • Allegedly broke into Avis Car Rental and stole car, license plate, and keys and then removed the registration plate from the stolen car

  • Seth Cormier of Manchester

  • Indictments: Robbery, Falsifying Physical Evidence

  • Allegedly threatened victim with a kitchen knife to open a cash register to steal the cash and then threw the knife in “a location filled with plants”

  • Elias Dawley of Greenfield

  • Indictments: Robbery, Criminal Threatening

  • Allegedly threatened victim with a handgun while ordering victim to empty his pockets for money or valuables

  • Catherine Gagne of Manchester

  • Indictments: Burglary (2), Theft by Unauthorized Taking (2)

  • Allegedly entered two separate buildings on different days and stole a handgun and other property with a value of over $1,500.

  • Jordan Geoffrey of Manchester

  • Indictments: Theft of Services, Issuing Bad Checks (2)

  • Allegedly obtained services from 603 Pest Control and issued checks while knowing that his TD Bank account had a negative balance of $14,989.60

  • John Hammond of Manchester

  • Indictments: Possession of Controlled Drug, Theft of Lost or Mislaid Property

  • Allegedly kept NH State Driver’s License that he found while in possession of fentanyl

  • Jeffrey Hardwick of Manchester

  • Indictment: Receiving Stolen Property

  • Allegedly possessed a stole 9mm Ruger Firearm

  • James F McCormack of Manchester

  • Indictments: Theft by Unauthorized Taking (2)

  • Allegedly stole two I-Phones on separate occasions

  • Christopher Mount of Plymouth, MA

  • Indictment: Burglary

  • Allegedly entered the Men’s Locker Room at Elliot Hospital

  • Michelle Paige of Manchester

  • Indictment: Robbery

  • Allegedly punched the victim in the face to steal their wallet

  • Shaylene Racicot of Rochester

  • Indictments: Theft by Unauthorized Taking, Controlled Drug Act; Acts Prohibited

  • Allegedly stole $930.85 worth of merchandise from Walmart while in the possession of clonazepam


Driving Incidents:

  • Aaron Cantrell of Manchester

  • Indictments: Reckless Conduct, Possession of a Controlled Drug with Intent to Sell, Possession of a Controlled Drug (2)

  • Allegedly drove at a high rate of speed to avoid police while in possession of 5+ grams of crack cocaine and amphetamine

  • Edward I Esty of Hillboro

  • Indictments: Motor Vehicles; Penalties, PRCFF, Second Degree Assault, Reckless Conduct (4), Conduct After Accident, Disobeying an Officer

  • Allegedly drove with revoked license over 100 mph in the wrong lane of travel instigating a police pursuit where he eventually struck a police cruiser, causing injury to the Detective’s Vaillancourt’s back and crashed, causing a passenger’s broken arm, after which he fled on foot.

  • Yordy A Rubio-Olivero of Manchester

  • Indictment: Reckless Conduct

  • Allegedly drove motorcycle at high rate of speed through heavily populated area on a Friday night


Misc:

  • Anthony Cote of Manchester

  • Indictment: Arson

  • Allegedly started a fire in his 3rd-floor apartment (361 Hevey Street) causing over $500,000 worth of damages.

  • This is related to a July incident that caused a 2-alarm fire, determined to have been started by lighting a chair on fire. All human residents survived, but a dog died in the fire.

  • Robert Sleeper of Manchester

  • Indictments: Criminal Solicitation, Witness Tampering

  • According to the indictment, allegedly wrote to “Ariakla” saying “Whether [the victim] write prosecution a letter w/ your help or simply goes to court after you coach her - I come home in October and all this sex offender bullshit goes away.” and “You know what you need to say to talk to her and get her back on our side.” Additionally, allegedly described the facts of his FSA charges and wrote “[t]his whole thing can/will go completely away if [the victim] goes to court and changes her testimony.”

  • This is in relation to 2021 charges of felonious sexual assault for allegedly assaulting a juvenile.

  • Matthew J Hills

  • Indictment: Duty to Inform

  • Allegedly failed to notify MPD of employment with Venice Old Style Pizza as required of a Tier III sexual offender


Notes:

  • 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).

  • 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) Robert Sleeper, Stephanie Beard, Gabriel Wosang, Anthony Cote, (bottom) Malou Mayoul Roric, Tiffany Albert, David Hamilton


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