CONCORD — A Laconia man, who was arrested after threatening to kill his former girlfriend and her fiancee in December, is scheduled to be arraigned in Concord District Court on Monday, Jan. 26.
Shaine Beaulieu, 21, whose last known address was Union Avenue, Laconia, is charged with two counts of criminal threatening and two counts of possession of prescription drugs.
Concord police were called to an apartment on Clinton Street on Dec. 17 at 6:25 p.m. where occupants reported a man was banging on the door and threatening to kill a man inside. By the time police arrived the man had left, but the woman and her fiancee identified him as Beaulieu, her former boyfriend, who was described as wearing a "Mossy Oak" sweatshirt and black sweatpants. The woman advised officers that Beaulieu had access to a .45 caliber handgun.
The woman told police she had ended a relationship with Beaulieu after three months. She said that Beaulieu made 10 phone calls, leaving messages threatening to kill her and her fiancee. An officer listened to one message, allegedly left by Beaulieu inviting her fiancee to meet at McDonalds and "get some" and saying "he's (expletive) lucky I didn't kill him." While police were at the apartment the woman answered a call, allegedly from Beaulieu, which she put on speakerphone for the reporting officer to hear the caller "yelling and screaming at her."
Informed that Beaulieu was at Uno's Restaurant on Fort Eddy Road, officers took him into custody at the L.L.Bean outlet nearby. He was found in possession of drugs prescribed to his former girlfriend, which she claimed he had stolen from her.
Beaulieu was recently charged with criminal trespass in Laconia and was charged with simple assault following an altercation at the Firendly Kitchen in Concord in July.
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