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Boston marathon suspect’s sister pleads guilty, avoids jail time

Boston marathon suspect’s sister pleads guilty, avoids jail time

Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's sister Ailina Tsarnaeva on Tuesday avoided a jail time or fine by pleading guilty to misleading police during a counterfeiting investigation.

Tsarnaeva, 24, appeared in South Boston Municipal Court yesterday and pleaded guilty to charges that she failed to cooperate with police detectives who were investigating the marathon bombing case.

Man shot by Nashua police officer pleads guilty

Man shot by Nashua police officer pleads guilty

A man who was shot twice by a Nashua police officer in March this year pleaded guilty to a slew of felony and misdemeanor charges on Friday.

According to the terms of a plea & sentencing hearing held yesterday in Hillsborough County Superior Court, 41-year-old Craig Riley pleaded guilty to more than a felony and misdemeanor charges. He has been boiled down to a state prison sentence of 5-10 years, with suspended sentences to kick in once he completes his previous sentence.

NH college girl’s murderer pleads guilty to additional charge

NH college girl’s murderer pleads guilty to additional charge

A New Hampshire man convicted of killing a college student and raping her on Friday pleaded guilty to an additional charge of plotting to escape from prison ahead of his trial.

Seth Mazzaglia, 32, murdered 19-year-old University of New Hampshire student Elizabeth Marriott on October 9, 2012 after she rejected his sexual advances.

Marriott was allegedly lured to Mazzaglia's apartment as a sex offering by his then-girlfriend, Kathryn McDonough, who later became the main witness in the case.

Three men arrested in connection with Keene pumpkin festival riots

Three men arrested in connection with Keene pumpkin festival riots

Police in Keene, New Hampshire, have taken three people into custody for their allegedly involvement in the pumpkin festival riots that occurred near the Keene State College campus earlier this month.

Police confirmed that 18-year-old Forest M. Wilkinson of Spofford, New Hampshire; 19-year-old Michael Bulman of Scituate, Mass.; and 18-year-old Tory Knaff of Groton, Conn. were arrested. The three men were identified in pictures from the pumpkin festival released by police.

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