Nashua man arrested for violating protective order and stalking

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NASHUA — A man is facing charges after violating a protective order and stalking a female acquaintance in Nashua.

Jonathan Sturtevant, 33, was served with a protective order preventing him from communicating with the woman, but police say he ignored the order and made contact with her.

Sturtevant had two previous stalking-related convictions within the past seven years, making this incident a Class B Felony.

On April 11, members of the Nashua Police Department’s Uniform Field Operations Bureau arrested Sturtevant for stalking, and domestic violence which is also a Class B Felony.

He was charged with tampering with witnesses and informants as well.

Sturtevant is being held on preventative detention pending his arraignment at Hillsborough County Superior Court.

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