N.H. Man Deemed Dangerous on Weapons Charge
FITCHBURG -- A New Hampshire man was found dangerous after a hearing Tuesday connected to several charges including illegal weapon possession and domestic assault and battery, according to court documents.
Jadon Lavoie, 22, of 16 River Road, Apt. B, Allenstown, allegedly pushed a woman known to him to the ground during a disturbance on Townsend St.
Lavoie also prevented the victim from getting help by taking her cell phone and car keys, said police.
During the investigation, police discovered Lavoie had two handguns in his possession.
As a result, Lavoie was charged with domestic assault and battery and two counts of carrying a firearm without a license, two counts of improper storage of a firearm, and intimidation of a witness.
While found dangerous, Judge Mark Goldstein released Lavoie with several conditions including maintaining employment, no possession of any firearm, no excessive use of drugs or alcohol, that he reside with his mother in New Hampshire and that he may attend U.S. Army Reserve Training.
Lavoie’s next court date is May 2.