Jul 5, 2016 12:05 PM
Mass. man faces 13 counts of harassing a Sandown family through texts, calls, and letters
SANDOWN - A Tewksbury, Mass. man is charged with harassing a family through phone calls, letters, and texts following a seven-month investigation, said police Sgt. Aurie Roy.
Michael Dube, 47, of Tewksbury was arrested Friday in Salem on a Sandown warrant charging him six counts of criminal threatening, three counts of criminal mischief, one count of stalking, and three counts of harassment by phone, text, and letters. He was arraigned Friday and ordered held on $100,000 bail, which he was able to post a few hours later.
He was ordered to wear an ankle bracelet and cannot return to New Hampshire, except to attend court hearings.
Sandown Police along with Tewksbury Police and Massachusetts State Police executed a search warrant at his Whipple Road home where additional evidence was gathered without incident.
The sergeant said he could not comment on the nature of the relationship between Dube and the family.