Man faces prowling, probation violation charges after suspicious behavior

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MANCHESTER, NH – A city man is charged with prowling after police noticed him looking into parked cars on Myrtle Street early Sunday morning..

At about 2 a.m. on Oct. 30 Officers Matthew O’Connor and Ken Brunini observed a man later identified as Tyler Uebrick, 34, of Manchester, loitering in the area of 128 Myrtle St.

Uebrick was dressed in all black and appeared to be looking into parked vehicles before he walked on to a Myrtle Street porch and began checking out a package left in front of the door. He left the package behind and continued to walk toward Union Street.

The officers stopped him at the intersection of Union and Orange streets where he initially provided a false name. The officers confirmed his true identity and realized he had an outstanding warrant for a probation/parole violation. Uebrick was taken into custody without incident.

The officers determined he had no legitimate purpose to be on the premises of the Myrtle Street residence, so he was also charged with prowling. He is scheduled to appear in the 9th Circuit Court-Manchester on December 5, 2017.