According to a press release by the Nashua Police Department, Tiah Charles, 22, who does not have a fixed address, is charged with the class A felonies, Criminal Liability to Burglary and Criminal Liability to Theft by Unauthorized Taking or Transfer. Each of the felonies is punishable by imprisonment for up to fifteen years in the state prison in addition to fines.
Police said three days after the Oct. 19 burglary, Thaddeus Bell, 21, who does not have a fixed address, was arrested and charged with Burglary and Theft in connection to the Caldwell Road incident.
Police reported that Bell was also arrested in connection to a robbery at Dunkin Donuts on West Hollis Street during which he allegedly repeatedly assaulted one of the employees in the face with the butt of a handgun.
Charles was held on $5,000 cash or surety bail pending her arraignment in the 9th Circuit Court, Nashua District Division.
Source: Nashua Police Department
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