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Littleton man makes plea deal in 2011 stabbing
Jusiah Oddis has decided to serve a 2½-to-five-year sentence in the New Hampshire State Prison as part of a plea agreement in Grafton County Superior Court in North Haverhill.
After its review, the high court said there was “some evidence” Oddis reasonably believed Cryans was about to use deadly force against Oddis’ common-law wife and child.
Oddis and Cryans had been quarreling for two days and exchanging threats, according to police.
The day before the stabbing, Cryans’ girlfriend told Oddis she could have him killed. After that threat, Cryans telephoned Oddis multiple times and threatened him.
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