LANCASTER — A Berlin man has been indicted on a charge of second-degree assault, alleging he choked a woman.
Meeting on Nov. 20, a Coos County grand jury indicted Marc P. Labbe, 30, of 533 Goebel St., Berlin, with knowingly engaging in the strangulation of a woman last August by placing his hands around her neck, which impaired her breathing.
Margarito M. Lopez, 36, of 538 Burgess St., Berlin was indicted on a charge of criminal threatening. The indictment alleges he held a knife to the throat of a woman, placing her in fear of imminent bodily injury or physical contact.
Tyson Reed, 34, of 29 Fairbrothers Ave., Charlestown, was indicted on a charge of criminal mischief. The indictment alleges last August in Berlin he purposely struck a Ford F-350 truck belonging to North American Infrared, causing damage in excess of $1,500.
Kyle Wedge, 28, of 39 Sweden St., Berlin was indicted on a charge of willful concealment, alleging he removed a shirt from Maureen’s Unique Boutique. The indictment notes Wedge has five previous convictions for willful concealment dating back to 2013 and 2014.
Robert W. McCabe, 49, of 31 Colby St., Colebrook, was indicted on three counts of tampering with witnesses and informants.
Eric Briggs, 25, of 224 Parker Rd. Whitefield was indicted on a charge of criminal mischief.
Samantha J. Cameron, 34, of 55 Church St., Groveton, was indicted on a charge of burglary.
Shawn M. Pendergast, 54, of 7 Odell Park, Groveton, was indicted on two counts of operating a motor vehicle after certification as a habitual offender.