Meanwhile, Driscoll left the store and took the woman’s car. The car was located in the store’s upper parking area, the knife inside.
Driscoll was arrested without incident, Patten said.
Nashua detectives went to Salem to interview Driscoll and he was released into their custody.
Because he was facing more serious charges in Nashua, his bail on the Salem charges was $2,000 personal recognizance.
In Nashua, he was held on $100,000 cash bail pending his arraignment yesterday, Moushegian said.
A spokeswoman for the county jail yesterday confirmed that Driscoll was incarcerated there.