Subject of manhunt jailed after arraignmentOctober 08,2013
kept in jail
A Rutland man who caused a commotion in Rutland’s northwest neighborhood Friday when police and canines were called out to search for him remained jailed Monday after denying a theft charge.
For about five hours on Friday, police searched for Matthew Nunn, 37, who was eventually found and arrested in Clarendon.
On Monday, he appeared in Rutland criminal court where he pleaded innocent to a misdemeanor charge of petty larceny. Police say a homeowner who allowed Nunn to stay in her home on North Church Street reported that she caught Nunn in the act of stealing items from her home.
Nunn had previously been released from jail on a pending charge so that he could receive substance abuse treatment, but had been held since his arrest Friday. Judge Theresa DiMauro on Monday reimposed the $10,000 bail previously set for Nunn. He remained in the Rutland jail Monday evening.MORE IN This Just InHAVANA — Daniela Martinez long figured that someday she would leave the struggles of daily life... Full StoryPESHAWAR, Pakistan — Six militants were killed in a U.S. Full Story
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