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Two Lancaster men indicted on nine burglary charges each
A Coos County Superior Court grand jury has indicted William L. Jackson, 29, of 52 Middle St., and Michael Hicks, 30, of 134 Powder Hill, Apartment 4, on nine Class B burglary counts each, including two counts of burglary conspiracy.
They later disposed of stolen items that included a chain saw and guns, according to the burglary conspiracy indictments.
• Brexton E. Boudle, 30, of 804 Titus Hill Road, Columbia, is charged with burglary and attempted burglary on Nov. 1, 2013, and Oct. 31, 2013, respectively, at the Colebrook Veterinary Clinic; and receiving stolen property on Nov. 1, 2013, drugs and paperwork that belonged to the clinic, according to the indictments.
The grand jury also indicted Boudle on two counts of violating the controlled drug act, both on Nov. 1, 2013, in Colebrook, for possession of pain medications butorphanel and buprenorphine.
• Timothy S. Johnstone, 25, of 46 Main St., Lancaster, is charged with three counts of felonious sexual assault against a 15-year-old victim while Johnstone was more than four years older than the victim. The charges are Class B felonies.
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