Jan 19, 2016 4:51 PM

Manchester man pleads guilty to voting in 2 other towns

The Associated Press

MANCHESTER (AP) — A Manchester man has pleaded guilty to charges he gave false addresses and voted in two other towns on Election Day in November 2014.

The attorney general's office says Derek Castonguay registered to vote in Salem in 2014 while living in Manchester. Prosecutors said Castonguay voted in Windham on the same day, giving an address he had previously registered at in 2008.

New Hampshire Public Radio reports Castonguay pleaded guilty Friday to voter fraud. He received a 12-month suspended sentence, a $1,000 fine and lost his right to vote.

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