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Plea deal struck in Windham robbery case
Keith Beal struck a plea deal with county prosecutors on charges of conspiracy to commit robbery and accomplice to robbery in connection with his case pending in Rockingham County Superior Court, according to court papers submitted by his lawyer.
Terrell, who was charged with possession of marijuana, told police he took a shotgun away from one of his would-be robbers before calling police, according to prosecutors.
One of Beal’s partners, Kyle Braciska, 19, of Salem received a similar sentence after pleading guilty to robbery-related charges in the case. Beal would face up to 7½ to 15 years in state prison on each of the charges had he been convicted by a jury.
Man wanted in rape is arrested
A New York man wanted by Nashua, N.H., police on charges of aggravated sexual assault was arrested Thursday in Vermont, according to Vermont state police.
Credit union hit in daytime robbery
A man with a fake beard entered a local bank and demanded cash during broad daylight on Thursday. Police are investigating the robbery, which occurred around 4:48 p.m. Thursday at the Granite State Credit Union, 19 Elm St.According to police, a man wearing a winter hat and fake beard entered the bank, threatened a bank teller and demanded money.
After receiving the money, the man fled on foot, according to authorities. There were no injuries in the incident.
Nashua police have released several security photos of the robber, and are asking anyone with information about the incident to contact the city police department at 594-3500.
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