Feb 23, 2016 4:34 PM
Man accused of biting a Nashua officer faces new charges of domestic violence
NASHUA - A former Nashua man accused of biting an officer last week during a skirmish with police faces new charges of attacking his girlfriend and violating bail conditions.
According to The Telegraph of Nashua, Richard Waite, 26, now of 26 Denton St. in Brockton, Mass., was arraigned on Monday on the new charges.
The charge of violating his bail conditions stemmed from his arrest on Feb. 15 following a fight with police. Waite was charged with 11 offenses connected with the incident, including four counts of simple assault on a police officer; three counts of resisting arrest; and one count each of criminal trespass, resisting detention, disorderly conduct and criminal mischief.
The new charges include three counts of simple assault; three counts of domestic violence; and one count of stalking that stem from an alleged fight with his girlfriend.
On Monday, Nashua Judge James Leary granted prosecutors' request for cash-only bail, and scheduled a pre-trial conference on March 22.