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Former Exeter Hospital worker to plead guilty in hepatitis case
Under an agreement filed Monday in U.S. District Court, David Kwiatkowski will serve 30 to 40 years in prison after he pleads guilty to seven counts of tampering with a consumer product and seven counts of obtaining controlled substances by fraud.
More than a dozen patients infected in Kansas and Maryland were also linked to Kwiatkowski when he worked at hospitals there, according to prosecutors.
He admitted to diverting drugs at other hospitals in other states as well.
The plea agreement, if accepted by the court, will satisfy his federal criminal liability in New Hampshire, Kansas, Maryland and Georgia.
Between 2007 and 2011, he worked as a traveling technician in Arizona, Georgia, Kansas, Maryland, New Hampshire, New York and Pennsylvania.
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