John Wentworth in front of parole board again after escape
STRATHAM - John Wentworth was back before the parole board Tuesday, and his victims said they're still feeling violated.
“This is a person that had victims from the first crime in that room - and the second, third, and fourth," said Dan Siller, who allegedly found Wentworth at the bottom of the stairs in his Stratham home. " Very soon, the victims will not fit into that room.”
Wentworth has an extensive criminal record, and his victims are keeping track.
“He jumped $10,000 bail, and now he's so eager to get help?” said Mary Anne Nolette, sister of Ricky Nolette, who Wentworth was convicted of killing in 2008.
Wentworth told the parole board Tuesday morning that he would like to voluntary enroll in an intensive drug and alcohol program.
He said it played a role in his most recent allegations - he's facing new burglary charges after allegedly entering two Stratham homes in early May.
His victims did not seem so convinced.
“Obviously, he's an extraordinarily dangerous man to society - and obviously, a man who should not be let lose,” Siller said.
In the meantime, Wentworth remains behind bars as and awaits to begin his treatment program and a trial for his alleged break-in charges.
He could still face an additional several years of prison time, but no date has been set yet.
His family said they blame Wentworth’s drug addiction for those recent charges.