VT man pleads guilty to escaping from halfway house in NH
CONCORD — A Vermont man who escaped a halfway house in Manchester last year pleaded guilty to escape from federal custody Friday.
Robert Rosploch, 34 of Leicester, Vt., escaped through a first-floor window at a Manchester halfway house Nov. 16, 2016.
In only a few hours, deputy U.S. Marshals found Rosploch wandering the streets of downtown Manchester. They took him into custody without resistance.
Rosploch had been serving a sentence for conspiring to distribute cocaine, and he is now scheduled to be sentenced on Aug. 24 for the escape.