Girard at Large: News Read for August 31st, 2017

ew Hampshire Attorney General Gordon J. MacDonald announced the indictment of forty three-year-old Russell Berry, of Hooksett, on a charge of Theft by Unauthorized taking.  Berry, the owner of Classic Auto Works, is alleged to have taken two thousand dollars from an individual in exchange for a vehicle.

Berry failed to provide the vehicle or return the money.  The maximum penalty for theft over fifteen hundred dollars is seven and a half to fifteen years in the New Hampshire State Prison and/or a fine of four thousand dollars. The A G stressed the charge and allegation in the indictment are merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. | More…

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