Nashua police arrest man for tampering with witnesses, stalking, domestic violence

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NASHUA — A man from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was arrested on Tuesday in Nashua and charged with multiple counts of felony tampering with witnesses and informants, misdemeanor criminal threatening, and misdemeanor stalking and domestic violence.

Police say 32-year-old Cesar Medina Morales was originally arrested on April 20, on charges of second-degree assault – domestic violence, and four counts of simple assault – domestic violence.

He was held on preventative detention and arraigned in the Hillsborough County Superior Court – Southern District the following day.

Morales was released with a domestic violence/stalking criminal order of protection, which included orders and conditions of his bail.

On May 2, Nashua Police officers received information that Morales was actively contacting the victim from the previous incident.

Detectives furthered the investigation, and Morales was arrested later the same day.

Morales is being held on preventative detention and is expected to be arraigned at the Hillsborough Superior Court-South today.

The Nashua Police Department is asking anyone with more information about these incidents to contact the Crime Line at 603-589-1665.

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