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Trusted inmate in East Kingston had history of thievery
Court documents show Jarred Brisbois, 20, was convicted of stealing a television from a Kingston residence where he was living on Feb. 25, 2010.
Brisbois was sentenced to a year in jail and ordered to enter drug and alcohol treatment and counseling.
But after just one day, Reams said Brisbois left the treatment program and was later sent back to jail for violating probation.
According to authorities, Brisbois was left alone for several hours on May 11 when he broke into the evidence room and officer’s locker while he was supposed to be washing cruisers. He was among the non-violent inmates given special privileges by being allowed to participate in an inmate trusty program run by the Rockingham County jail.
Brisbois had earned the trust of jail officials and police, but while the officer was away, authorities say he broke into the evidence room where he ingested heroin and smoked marijuana before being returned to the jail under the influence.
Brisbois also accessed keys to a police cruiser and drove it, but it’s not clear how long he was behind the wheel or where he went.
He has not yet been charged in connection with the East Kingston break-in as county officials continue to investigate.
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