Tewksbury Man Charged With Harassing New Hampshire Family
Jul 06, 2016 11:47AM
By Bill Gilman
A Tewksbury man is facing multiple charges in New Hampshire, accused of systematically harassing a family over several months.
According to a report on NH1.com, Michael Dube, 47, has been charged with six counts of criminal threatening, three counts of criminal mischief, one count of stalking, and three counts of harassment by phone, text, and letters.
Dube was arraigned Friday in Rockingham District Court and was released on $100,000 bail. As terms of release, he is forbidden from returning to New Hampshire (except for scheduled court appearances), must wear an electronic monitoring bracelet and can have no contact with the alleged victims in the case.
According to the NH1 report, the charges were brought as the result of a seven-month investigation involving the Sandown, NH Police, Massachusetts State Police and Tewksbury Police. On Friday, investigators executed a search warrant at Dube's home on Whipple Road. After which he was placed under arrest.
It was not immediately known what the relationship is between Dube and the Sandown, NH family.