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Man who stole cemetery gate gets prison time
In a crime that outraged New Hampshire historians and prompted the president of the New Hampshire Old Graveyard Association to call for criminal penalties also for dealers who buy such items, John Campbell, then 43, was hit with a felony charge of theft by unauthorized taking for the gate, which had a cash value greater than $1,000.
After a grand jury indicted Campbell last year, Richard Alperin, president of the 290-member statewide graveyard association, said such thefts become more frequent in tough economic times.
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