Feb 20, 2016 12:13 PM

Laconia woman charged with burglarizing church may have bail revoked

LACONIA — A city woman appeared in Belknap County Superior Court on Wednesday on a motion that her bail be revoked.

According to the Laconia Citizen, Teresa Mauro, 52, is charged with burglarizing the Sacred Heart Church on Union Avenue earlier this year.

Deputy County Attorney Carley Ahern claims within days of being arrested for the burglary, Mauro was back at a church in violation of the conditions of her release.

Last August, a Belknap County grand jury indicted Mauro charging that on March 27, she entered a St. Andre Bessette gymnasium at night with the purpose to commit theft by unauthorized taking.

In 2009, Mauro was convicted of two counts of welfare fraud. She was sentenced to two terms of one and a half to three years in prison, both suspended on the condition of good behavior for three years. She was also placed on probation for two years and ordered to make restitution of $921.10 to N.H. Department of Health and Human Services.

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