Nevada Prisoner Indicted On Child Rape Charges: Roundup – Nashua, NH Patch

NASHUA, NH — The following people were indicted recently in Hillsborough County Superior Court-South.

Marie Nelson, 55, of Knightsbridge Drive in Nashua, on two felony counts of sale of a controlled drug-dextroamphetamine-amphetamine, alprazolam on Jan. 10, 2019, in Nashua.

Charles Parkhurst, 56, of Norton Street in Nashua, on a felony common nuisance charge. Between Aug. 7, 2018, and Jan. 3, he’s accused of knowing that a home on Norton Street in Nashua was being used to keep or sell drugs.

Stephen Pierce, 25, pictured far left, of Hemlock Lane in Merrimack, on two felony possession of a controlled drug-fentanyl, crack cocaine charges on Jan. 9, in Merrimack.

Jerry Pimentel, 20, of Haverhill Street in Lawrence, Massachusetts, on a felony sale of a controlled drug act-cocaine charge on Nov. 19, 2018, in Nashua.

Jordan Pinault, 29, of Railroad Street in Nashua, on a felony controlled drug act; acts prohibited-cocaine charge on Feb. 4, in Nashua.

Antony Deleon Espinal, 21, middle left, of Vine Street in Nashua, on a felony reckless conduct charge for driving a Honda Accord as “a deadly weapon” in Nashua on May 22.

Brayan Del Rio Castillo, 19, of Lake Street in Nashua, on a felony sale of marijuana charge on June 21, in Nashua.

Michael Dembro, 66, middle right, of Temple Street in Nashua, on sale of a controlled drug-methamphetamine and possession of a controlled drug-methamphetamine charges, both felonies, on July 15, in Nashua.

David Dunn, 27, of Linda Street in Hudson, on a felony possession of a controlled drug-fentanyl charge on July 24, in Nashua. Previously, according to the indictment, he was convicted of controlled drug act in August 2018, in Hillsborough County Superior Court-North.

David Dietle, 43, of High Desert State Prison in Indian Springs, Nevada, on felonious sexual assault, pattern aggravated felonious

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