Jan 29, 2015 11:35 AM
Co-owner of The Meat House pleads guilty to stealing from veterans charity
SEABROOK - A co-owner of The Meat House pleaded guilty to stealing from charity.
Justin Rosberg entered the plea Thursday morning in Seabrook.
The Attorney General's Office said he raised money for a veterans charity then kept the money for himself.
The fundraising event was held in July of 2013 to benefit the Chaplain Emergency Relief Fund.
The court sentenced Rosberg to 12 months in prison.
Rosberg was also ordered to pay back $13,882.21 in restitution to the charity.
His first payment is due in 30 days.
Earlier this month, a grand jury in Rockingham County indicted the other co-owner, Jason Parent, on theft charges for the same crime.