Woman held without bail after breaking into NH home, stealing money
NASHUA — A woman was ordered held following a court arraignment last week on charges accusing her of multiple crimes including theft and stalking.
Court officials ordered Cheryl A. Whitney, 49 of Leominster, Mass., held on charges accusing her of breaking into an ex-boyfriend's Hudson home by allegedly damaging a door with a broomstick, stealing a check from him and cashing it and contacting him in violation of a court order, according to The Telegraph.
The charges include one count each of theft, burglary, forgery, stalking and criminal mischief.
Whitney previously served an arrest warrant on a charge of conduct after an accident, which police said stemmed from a hit-and-run crash back in January.
Judge Paul Moore noted in Whitney's bail conditions that she be held in jail until she made arrangements to surrender her handgun to Hudson police. Once that surrender was made, Whitney's bail reverted to $10,000 cash or surety, with a series of conditions including renewal of a protective order which prohibits her from contacting her ex-boyfriend or going to his home, according to The Telegraph.
Whitney allegedly violated her conditions on Feb. 27 when she broke into her ex-boyfriends home and stole a $300 check, police said.
She is currently being held without bail. A probable cause hearing has been set for 8:15 a.m. Wednesday in the Nashua district court.