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Man convicted of assaulting Deerfield police officer
A jury convicted Stanley West, 41, of three counts of simple assault on a law enforcement officer and a single count of resisting arrest.
Prosecutors argued West pummeled Deerfield police Officer Roger St. Onge on Dec. 19 after the officer asked if he could come into home. West told St. Onge he could not come in the house, but then pushed him off a front stoop, sat on him and repeatedly punched the officer in the face, prosecutors said.
A jury in Rockingham County Superior Court reached its verdict Friday morning around 11:30 a.m.
The simple assault charges carry enhanced penalties, West faces two to five years in state prison on each count.
Judge N. William Delker allowed West to remain free on bail. A sentencing date has not been set.
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