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Ex-NH Diocese official Arsenault moved from prison to county jail
Lyons said the reason for an individual’s transfer to another facility is treated as confidential by the Corrections Department.
In April, Arsenault pleaded guilty to stealing more than $185,000 from the Diocese of Manchester, Catholic Medical Center and the estate of a monsignor. He was sentenced to 4 to 20 years in state prison.
“Each case is different, but generally speaking inmates get classified at minimum security about 18 months prior to their minimum parole date and they get work release about 6 months prior to their minimum,” Lyons wrote in an email.
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