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Three teens in Peterborough assault in court Monday

  • Austin Cadorette, Isaac Lyons and Dylan Cadorette appeared at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey on Monday for a probable causing hearing.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    Austin Cadorette, Isaac Lyons and Dylan Cadorette appeared at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey on Monday for a probable causing hearing.

    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • Austin Cadorette, 18, of Antrim waived his right to a probable cause hearing at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey on Monday, and his case was bound over to the Hillsborough County Superior Court.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    Austin Cadorette, 18, of Antrim waived his right to a probable cause hearing at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey on Monday, and his case was bound over to the Hillsborough County Superior Court.

    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • Dylan Cadorette, 17, of Bennington during a probable cause hearing at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey on Dec. 31.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

    Dylan Cadorette, 17, of Bennington during a probable cause hearing at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey on Dec. 31.

    (Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

  • Austin Cadorette, Isaac Lyons and Dylan Cadorette appeared at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey on Monday for a probable causing hearing.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)
  • Austin Cadorette, 18, of Antrim waived his right to a probable cause hearing at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey on Monday, and his case was bound over to the Hillsborough County Superior Court.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)
  • Dylan Cadorette, 17, of Bennington during a probable cause hearing at the 8th Circuit Court in Jaffrey on Dec. 31.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Alyssa Dandrea)

PETERBOROUGH — The cases of two young men charged with breaking into a Lounsbury Lane home on Dec. 24 and attacking a 17-year-old in his basement have been turned over to the Hillsborough County Superior Court in Manchester.

Isaac Lyons, 17, of Antrim, who was charged in the same case with conspiracy to commit burglary, a felony-level offence, is due back in court on Jan. 22 after 8th Circuit Court Judge L. Phillips Runyon III agreed to the defense’s request to continue Monday’s probable cause hearing.

Austin Cadorette, 18, of Antrim who faces one count of burglary, a felony-level offense, waived his right to a probable cause hearing in Jaffrey on Monday. At the request of the defense, Runyon agreed to reduce bail from $50,000 cash bail to $10,000 cash bail; however, Runyon said he would not agree to $10,000 cash surety.

Dylan Cadorette, 17, of Bennington, who also faces one count of burglary appeared in court Monday represented by N.H. Public Defender Robert Swales, who did not waive probable cause. Swales argued that the allegations against his client rest solely on the alleged victim’s testimony and that, therefore, the case should be dropped at this time.

The victim reportedly told police that one intruder tried to tackle him and a second hit him in the head several times with the barrel of the gun, causing him to bleed and require treatment at Monadnock Community Hospital. The victim recognized and identified the attackers as the Cadorette brothers and Lyons.

Following Swales’ questioning of Peterborough Sgt. Vint Boggis in court, Runyon said a positive identification connecting Dylan Cadorette to the alleged crime has been made and, therefore, probable cause established.

Runyon ordered Dylan Cadorette’s bail reduced from $50,000 cash bail to $10,000 cash bail.

The Cadorette brothers and Lyons have been committed to the Valley Street Jail in Manchester where they remained Monday. Lyons is being held in lieu $50,000 cash bail.

Alyssa Dandrea can be reached at 924-7172 ext. 228 or adandrea@ledgertranscript.com. She’s on Twitter at @alyssadandrea.

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