Dec 15, 2015 5:55 PM

Man convicted as accomplice in Epsom officer's death sent back to prison on parole violations

CONCORD - A N.H. man who served time in connection with the murder of an Epsom police officer back in 1997 was sentenced back behind bars on Tuesday.

Kevin Paul was recently arrested in Boston on a parole violation and faced several other charged as he went before the parole board in Concord.

In 1997, Paul was convicted of being an accomplice to killing officer Jeremy Charron.

Jeremy's mother, Fran, told NH1 News in August that drugs had been a life-long issue for Paul.

Among numerous parole violations, testing positive for meth and cocaine was one of them.

"He had been told he had to stay drug free for six months and he didn't," said Fran Charron. "I think we'll be hearing him again."

The state is asked the parole board to make an example of Paul.

"You have given him breaks. And every time you say you don't do it or else, today is or else day. If you're going to say zero tolerance then it's got to be zero tolerance," said Assistant Attorney General Jeff Strelzin.

Paul was sentenced to two years in prison after the board found him guilty of committing violations.

The board also ordered him to drug counseling.

He will be eligible for parole in six months.


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