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Jun 2, 2015 5:02 PM

Exeter man involved in marijuana robbery pleads guilty


BRENTWOOD - An Exeter man who lured a drug dealer into a Franklin Street apartment so his friends could steal marijuana from him pleaded guilty on Tuesday to his involvement in the robbery.

Chaz Gagnon, who was 19-years-old at the time of the December crime, was arrested by members of a SWAT team last winter in what police called a "high risk" arrest, where marijuana and a weapon were confiscated.

Gagnon told police that he grabbed the victim and forcibly put him into a room, where Isaiah Thompson, Mulukan Rowell and Andru Bromfield aimed a pistol at him, while wearing masks.

The 18-year-old victim, who was not charged, told police he went to the residence with the intent to sell 2½ ounces of marijuana.

The robbers got away with approximately one ounce. Gagnon said he was given a few grams for his efforts.

Gagnon will not serve any jail time, if he is of good behavior.

He was sentenced to 12 months in the House of Corrections, but 337 days are suspended, and he has 28 days of pretrial confinement credit.

Gagnon will also be on probation for three years.

Follow Kimberley Haas on Twitter @KHaasNH1.


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