Indictments handed down

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript
Wednesday, June 08, 2016 7:0PM

A Dublin man was indicted on May 20 for drug possession earlier this year, according to records from Hillsborough Superior Court, North.

Tyler Bradford, 22, was arrested on February 12 in Goffstown. He allegedly knowingly had heroin in his possession. While he is being charged with possession of a controlled substance, it is not indicated whether he had intent to sell.

If convicted, Bradford could face three and a half to seven years incarceration, and a $25,000 fine.

Bradford’s was among a handful of indictments issued this month involving people from the Monadnock region.

Heather Couturier, 29, of Hancock, has been indicted for driving as a habitual offender, driving with a suspended license and driving while under the influence.

The incident occurred in Peterborough on December 3, and she is potentially facing two and a half to five years incarceration.

Similarly, Susan Steeves, 48, of Antrim, was indicted for driving as a habitual offender. 

She was observed doing so in Antrim on Feb. 12. She also faces a possible two and a half to five year lock-up.

Christopher Ouellette, 31, of Lyndeborough was indicted on charges of simple assault and obstructing the reporting of a crime.

The indictment alleges that Ouellette pushed a man to the floor and grabbed his neck. The incident occurred in Manchester on Dec. 9.

The obstruction occurred when Ouellette allegedly tore a phone cord from the wall, smashed a cell phone and took a phone from the victim’s hand. All the charges are Class A misdemeanors.