Goffstown man charged with robbery, burglary
The Manchester police have charged a Goffstown man with robbing a Manchester credit union then holding off the police in a motel.
Joseph Reynolds is charged with handing the teller at the Triangle Credit Union a note demanding money Tuesday. No weapon was displayed.
On Wednesday, the police located the 31-year-old Reynolds at a motel where he briefly holed up. He was arrested without incident.
The police recovered a truck they said Reynolds had stolen. In the truck was a rifle that had been stolen from a Bow residence Monday.
Reynolds has been charged with robbery, burglary and receiving stolen property. Because he has prior drug and burglary convictions, he also was charged with illegally possession a gun.
Reynolds was held on $100,000 bail. It is not clear whether he has a lawyer.