Manchester man faces knife-related charges for second time this year

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Matthew Erwin in October 2019 – courtesy photo

MANCHESTER, N.H. – Police arrested 35-year-old Matthew Erwin on Friday on charges of alleged criminal threatening.

The arrest occurred after police learned that Erwin got into an argument with a woman and threatened to stab her.

Erwin was also arrested on Oct. 30 for attempting to stab a roommate.

In that incident, Erwin was released on personal recognizance bail and in this incident he was also released on personal recognizance bail.

On these new charges, he will be arraigned on Dec. 17.

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