13 Jul Nashua Woman Indicted On Gun Threat Charges: Roundup
NASHUA, NH — The following people have been indicted in Hillsborough County Superior Court-South.
Amanda Grazewski, 22, pictured lower right, of Thayer Court in Nashua, on a felony sale of a controlled drug-fentanyl charge on Dec. 7, 2018, to an individual working with the Nashua Police Department.
Justin Greenwood, 42, lower right center, of Caron Avenue in Nashua, on a felony controlled drug act; acts prohibited-methamphetamine charge on April 18, 2019, to an agent of the Nashua Police Department.
Christopher Hayes, 36, lower left center, of Chandler Street in Nashua, on a felony theft by unauthorized taking charge on Oct. 30, 2018, involving a 200 GB USB drive and arrowheads from Walmart in Hudson. Previously, according to the indictment, he was convicted of theft in September 2008 and receiving stolen property in February 2012, in Hillsborough County Superior Court-South.
Keith Herbert, 41, of Temple Street in Nashua, on a felony habitual offender charge. He accused of driving on Milford Street in Brookline on April 27. The NH DMV suspended or revoked his license for habitual offender in February 2006.
Jessica Hughes, 32, homeless, on a felony controlled drug act; acts prohibited-fentanyl charge from March 31, in Nashua. Previously, according to the indictment, she was convicted of the same charge in January 2015, in Hillsborough County Superior Court-South.
Paul Johnson, 31, upper center right, of Copp Street in Nashua, on two felony counts of habitual offender from Feb. 28, in Hudson, and March 8, in Nashua. He was certified as a habitual offender in December 2012.
Malinda Jones, 28, upper far right, of Newton Drive in Nashua, on two felony counts of criminal threatening. She is accused of pointing a gun at others in Nashua on April 14.
David Lau, 35, upper center left, of Avenue D in New York, New York, on felony attempted theft by deception. He is accused of working in concert with Philp Yeung to present fictious business documents to Verizon Wireless in Nashua to obtain iPhones valued at more than $1,500 on April 11.
Cheryl Lawson, 32, of Endinburgh Drive in Bedford, on felony theft by unauthorized taking or transfer. She is accused of stealing New Hampshire Lottery scratch tickets from the Speedway in Nashua on March 26. Previously, according to the indictment, she was convicted of theft by deception in November 2013, in Nashua Circuit Court, and February 2016, in Merrimack County Superior Court.
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