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A domestic assault suspect with 20 prior convictions for violating court orders wanted to have a special exception included in his conditions of release on Thursday.

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ST. JOHNSBURY — A man deemed too dangerous to return to his most recent Northeast Kingdom Human Services-monitored residence in Burke remains jailed following a decision that he does not have a mental illness.

Caledonia Superior Court Judge Michael J. Harris had a very difficult decision to make on Friday about what to do with a Northeast Kingdom Human Services (NKHS) mental health client from Burke charged with assault and disorderly conduct.

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An arrest warrant has been issued for a Bethlehem, N.H. man accused of fleeing a cab without paying the $200 fare earlier this year in St. Johnsbury.