Mar 29, 2016 12:30 PM

3 plead guilty for roles in kidnapping, beating of Dunbarton man

The Associated Press

DUNBARTON (AP) — Three New Hampshire residents have pleaded guilty to their roles in the armed kidnapping of a Merrimack County man in March 2015.

WMUR-TV reports Alissa Chandler, Jayson Setoute and Isaiah Williams were previously indicted on charges that included kidnapping, criminal threatening with a deadly weapon, simple assault and other offenses.

Police say the three drove to the victim's Dunbarton home on March 8, 2015 and assaulted him before forcing him to give up his cellphone. The victim and his phone were then used in a scheme to lure a Goffstown man out of his home.

Setoute and Williams will each spend between seven and 14 years in prison as stipulated in their plea agreements. Chandler will serve at least 3 ½ years in prison.


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