Manchester man released after stabbing incident confronts victim at local restaurant

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MANCHESTER — Police say they have arrested a man who was wanted by police after being arrested for a stabbing incident in Manchester.

Marc Cincotta, of Manchester, is facing charges of stalking, witness tampering, and criminal threatening.

Police say he was released on bail for a first-degree assault charge from October 2022.

In that incident, Cincotta allegedly stabbed a man he knew at a homeless camp.

Police set up a perimeter, and a drone and SWAT personnel were deployed to look for Cincotta.

After several hours, he was located hiding in a tree stand in the woods.

Cincotta was charged with first-degree assault, felon in possession of a deadly weapon, and possession of a controlled drug with intent to distribute.

On March 1, ten days after Cincotta was released on those charges, Manchester Police received a report that Cincotta had confronted the same man inside a local restaurant and threatened him.

He was ordered held without bail following this second arrest.

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