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Third man expected to plead guilty in Londonderry burglary
BRENTWOOD —A third man has agreed to plead guilty to participating in a daytime burglary at a Londonderry residence in December that got cut short when they were confronted by the homeowner.
Stephen Foti of Derry decided to plead guilty to a felony burglary charge just before he was set to go on trial Oct. 22 in Rockingham County Superior Court, according to court records.
Terms of his plea deal have not yet been made public. The burglary charge is punishable by up to 3 ½ to 7 years in state prison.
A judge will ultimately decide Foti’s punishment when he pleads guilty on Jan. 11 in Rockingham County Superior Court. His two accomplices already struck similar deals.
Robert Albini, 25, of Litchfield pleaded guilty to accomplice to burglary in September. He was sentenced to 12 months at the county jail.
Albini admitted to driving Foti and Matthew Rodier, 25, of Litchfield, who burglarized a home on Bunker Hill Road in Londonderry on Dec. 5, according to prosecutors.
Rodier began serving a 2- to 5-year sentence after pleading guilty to one count of burglary on June 28.
Police say Foti and Rodier ran out the door of the home and fled in a gold minivan when homeowner Harold Sanford confronted one of them.
Sanford was in the basement doing laundry around 12:30 p.m. when he heard footsteps upstairs, according to Londonderry police. He went upstairs and saw one of the men wearing a black, hooded sweatshirt and glasses standing in his kitchen, police said.
One of the burglars claimed he thought he was in someone’s house that he knew and then promptly fled, police said.
Londonderry police Officer Timothy Moran spotted the minivan turning onto Route 102 and heading toward Hudson. Moran and Hudson police officers stopped the vehicle. Sanford identified Foti and Rodier along with the getaway vehicle, police said. Police also obtained video footage from a neighbor’s surveillance camera that showed the men approach the house.
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