Prison for Manchester man who sold drugs out of teacher's house
MANCHESTER — A local man who was convicted last month of selling drugs out of a Manchester teacher's home was sentenced Tuesday in Hillsborough County Superior Court to 10 to 40 years in state prison, according to a release from the Hillsborough County Attorney's Office.
Robert Doane, 27, was convicted last month of possession of a controlled drug, sale of a controlled drug, being an armed career criminal, being felony in possession of a deadly weapon and receiving stolen property.
Doane rented a room for $100 a week at 151 Sagamore St. from Lisa Tagalakis Fedor, 43, who was an art teacher at Central High School when she was arrested in connection to Doane's activity in February 2013. Also living at the home was Tagalakis Fedor's boyfriend, Kristopher White, 22, who also faces charges.
Doane has an extensive criminal history, including multiple felonies, and was on parole at the time of these events, the release said.
Doane's prior record prohibits him from possessing firearms and purchasing ammunition.