NASHUA — A 31-year-old man is facing multiple charges following his arrest in Nashua today.
Police say they arrested Anthony Monbleau, of Nashua, charging him with theft by unauthorized taking, a third strike, a class B felony, criminal trespass, a class A misdemeanor, and breach of bail, a class A misdemeanor.
On January 12, police responded to a Nashua home for the report of two subjects that were criminally trespassing.
Monbleau was identified as a suspect and it was found that he had an active arrest warrant for theft from a Nashua retail store.
After his arrest, detectives with the Criminal Investigation Division further investigated and found that he had two prior convictions for theft-related offenses out of New Hampshire.
The previous convictions make the third offense a class B felony and detectives upgraded the charge.
The offenses were in violation of his current bail conditions set on January 10, and he was charged with breach of bail.
A class B felony is punishable by up to 7 years in state prison, exclusive of fines.
A class A misdemeanor is punishable by up to 1 year in the county house of corrections, exclusive of fines.
He was not able to post bail and was held pending his arraignment today.