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Suspect in North Hampton kidnapping attempt to plead guilty
Larochelle, who has pleaded not guilty, is being held at Rockingham County jail. He is scheduled to change his plea in Rockingham County Superior Court on June 23, according to court records.
He climbed back into the driver’s seat and tried to start the woman’s car but may have had trouble with operating a standard shift, according to court documents.
Larochelle ran from the vehicle and into woods across the street, police said. Police from area departments cordoned off a wooded area near the Shaw’s Supermarket on Lafayette Road until Larochelle was found in woods near Fern Road.
The victim later identified Larochelle by his booking photo, police said. Larochelle is also facing a theft charge for allegedly breaking into another woman’s car and stealing peppermint candies, cigarettes, “and other miscellaneous items,” prosecutors said.
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- Whom do you think bears the brunt of the blame for the mayhem this weekend in Keene?
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