Jan 28, 2016 12:48 PM
Goffstown woman who lured man outside so others could assault him gets 4-8 years in prison
MANCHESTER - A 19-year-old who lured a man from his home so two other men could beat him up and leave him by the side of the road has been sentenced to four to eight years in prison for being an accomplice.
Alissa Chandler, of Goffstown, agreed to plead guilty to being an accomplice to first-degree assault and conspiracy to commit first-degree assault. She will receive a suspended five-to-10 year sentence on the conspiracy charge. The two men, Isaiah Williams and Jayson Setoute, who assaulted the victim also pleaded guilty and have been sentenced to prision.
The assault took place in Goffstown last March. According to the Hillsborough County Attorney, Chandler drove the two men to the victim's home and lured him out then watched as Williams and Setoute jumped him, beating him with a baseball bat and gun. The victim was then placed in the trunk of Chandler's car and driven to a different location, where he was beaten again and left by the side of the road. The victim was able to get to a nearby home and request help.