BRENTWOOD — A Nashua man has been indicted on charges he threatened to kill two police officers after he robbed a Londonderry bank in December.
Jason Enwright, 38, was recently indicted by a Rockingham Superior Court grand jury on two counts of criminal threatening and a single simple assault charge. He was indicted in February on robbery, theft and resisting arrest charges.
Enwright is charged with threatening to kill Derry police Officer James McClafferty and Londonderry police Officer Jason Archambault after his arrest Dec. 4 for robbing Citizens Bank on Nashua Road.
Enwright fled the bank with $1,428 in cash. He is also charged with spitting in Archambault’s face. Enwright faces two to five years in state prison for each charge.
Man indicted in Londonderry crash
BRENTWOOD — A Manchester man has been indicted on eight charges after nearly hitting a Londonderry police officer and crashing a stolen car.
Tony Nassar, 49, was recently indicted by a Rockingham Superior Court grand jury on three counts of aggravated driving while intoxicated, two counts of reckless conduct and single counts of receiving stolen property, second-degree assault and disobeying an officer.
On Aug. 9, Nassar was driving a red Camaro stolen in Manchester and traveling in the wrong direction on Wilson Road in Londonderry, according to Londonderry police Lt. Kevin Cavallaro.
The car nearly struck police Officer Daniel Perry’s cruiser on the one-way street, an indictment said.
Perry pursued Nassar in his cruiser. Nassar accelerated, crossing into the oncoming lane and hitting another vehicle at the intersection of Old Derry Road and Walton Circle. It then hit a utility pole and flipped over.
Nassar was hospitalized with serious injuries. The other driver received minor injuries.
Atkinson umpire honored with award
ATKINSON — Hap Makin was presented with the Larry Kleiner Award by the New Hampshire Baseball Umpires.