Bartlett, NH – A man suspected of burglarizing Joseph’s Spaghetti Shed has been charged with endangering his 21-month-old child. According to Barlett Police Chief Janet Hadley Champlin on November 27th the Restaurant on Route 302 in Bartlett was allegedly broken into and had money stolen from it. Later that day a suspected drug overdose was reported at the Villager Motel on Route 302. 21-year-old Erik M. Bradbury Jr. was transported to Memorial Hospital for treatment. He was later arrested for violating bail conditions and endangering the welfare of his child, who was allegedly in the motel with him. Both charges are Class A misdemeanors. The child’s mother 18-year-old Jade DeCilla was arrested Monday and charged with endangering the welfare of a child.
After an investigation into the burglary an arrest warrant was issued for Bradbury for one count of burglary, a class A felony, relating to the theft at the Joseph’s Spaghetti Shed. He was served while at the Carroll County Jail.
Bradbury was ordered held on $1,500 cash bail for the two misdemeanors plus an additional $1,500 cash bail for the burglary charges at the Carroll County Jail. DeCilla was released on $5,000 personal recognizance bail and is due to be arraigned at Conway Circuit Court on Jan. 17, 2017.
The investigation into the burglary at Joseph’s Spaghetti Shed is still ongoing as are several other burglaries and thefts in Bartlett. Anyone with information about the thefts is asked to contact Bartlette Police at (603) 356-5868.