Strangulation, witness tampering, theft, among recent indictments

  • court/crime Jason Morrison

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript
Published: 4/30/2019 11:02:21 AM

A local man has been indicted on charges that allege he strangled his “intimate partner” three times in the same day in Antrim. 

Robert Davidson, 35, of Hillsborough, was indicted on three class-B felony counts of second-degree assault at the Hillsborough County Superior Court earlier this month according to court documents. 

Davidson allegedly caused his intimate partner to experience impeded breathing after strangling her on Sept. 16, 2018. 

Steven Sakers, 29, of Greenville was indicted on a class-B felony count of burglary and a class-A felony count of theft by unauthorized taking.

Sakers allegedly stole from a Manchester property, identified in the indictments as “an occupied structure adapted for the overnight accommodations of persons at a time when the premises were not open to the public,” on Aug. 20, 2018. 

(Editor’s note: Due to incorrect court documents, Sakers’ age was reported incorrectly in an earlier version of this article.)

Court records say Sakers stole U.S. currency, jewelry, and other items, which have been valued at over $1,500. 

Aaron Barrett, 28, of Antrim, was indicted on a class-B felony count hindering apprehension of prosecution and receiving stolen property.

Barrett allegedly drove away from an apartment in Antrim on Jan. 10, 2019 on a motorcycle that he likely knew was stolen, which obstructed the police’s investigation into the stolen motorcycle. 

Eric Earle, 23, of Greenville, was indicted on one class-B felony count of tampering with witnesses and informants. 

Earle is accused of attempting to have someone identified as R.S. to falsely inform police that he had never hit them, which is contrary to what was reported to police in November 2018. 

Jon Ingram, 51, of Bennington, was indicted on one B-level felony count of falsifying physical evidence after allegedly accessing someone else’s email account and deleting emails after the Bennington Police Department began a stalking investigation. 

He was also indicted on a class-A misdemeanor count of obstructing government administration and computer off: unauthorized access for doing the same. 

Vanessa Armstrong, 51, of Peterborough, was indicted on one class-A felony count of controlled drug act; acts prohibited after allegedly possessing crack cocaine with in Antrim on Dec. 6, 2018.

Raymond J. Scott, 47, of Lyndeborough, was indicted on a class-B felony count of possession of a controlled drug after allegedly possessing methamphetamine in Hillsborough on Dec. 8, 2016. 

Melysia Caron, 31, of Bennington, was indicted on a class-B felony count of receiving stolen property after allegedly retaining a bottle of prescription pills on Feb. 22, 2019 in Manchester. 

Court documents say Caron has previously been convicted twice of theft of property. 

Christina Emond, 32, of Bennington, was indicted on a class-B felony count of willful concealment after allegedly taking merchandise from Walmart in Amherst on Jan. 12, 2018. 

Emond allegedly was armed with a firearm at the time of the theft.




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