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Lancaster man indicted on manslaughter, negligent homicide charges
A Coos County Grand Jury indicted Steven Dupont, 47, of Lancaster, on those charges Friday.
The indictments state that Dupont punched John Kenney, 57, in the face, which resulted in Kenney falling to the ground and receiving blunt impact head injuries that killed him.
Several indictments for assault and sexual assault were handed up, including two counts of first degree assault against Steven Austin, 34, of Colebrook. The indictments allege on Dec. 18, 2013 he caused a serious head injury with a sword.
James Lapre, 40, of Londonderry, was indicted on three counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault. The assaults allegedly took place in Berlin between 2008 and 2010 against the same victim, who was under 16 at the time.
Other indictments include the following:
Crystal Blodgett, 26, of Berlin, indicted on one count of accomplice to the crime of robbery.
Tyler Crawford, 19, of Dixfield, Maine, was indicted on one count of theft of services.
Dana P. Roy, 23, of Milan, was indicted on one count of controlled drug act, acts prohibited.
Jeremiah Sargent, 18, of Groveton, was indicted on two counts of forgery and one of criminal liability for the conduct of another. On June 17 in Groveton he allegedly forged a check on the account of another person, convincing another person to help him.
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