Milford residents indicted for Tractor Supply robberyBy NANCY BEAN FOSTER
Union Leader Correspondent
August 27. 2013 9:57PM
MILFORD — Behind bars since their arrest for a robbery in June, four local residents have been indicted in connection with the robbery of Tractor Supply in Granite Town Plaza this spring.
On the afternoon of May 30, Monica Bouley, 23, of 15 Spruce Street in Milford, allegedly walked into Tractor Supply and handed a cashier a note that said, "I am not alone, do not panic, give me all the money and no one will get hurt."
The clerk opened the register and allegedly handed Bouley over $1,600 in cash. Bouley then left the store, according to court documents.
After Bouley committed the alleged robbery, three other Milford residents, including Sean M. Riehl, 25, of 15 Spruce Street, Brianna Baglione, 19, of 1 Wall Street, and Jeremy Trask, 25, of 18 Foster Road came to pick her up in a Dodge Neon. According to court documents, the four allegedly took the money from the robbery and traveled to Lawrence, Mass., to buy heroin.
Through surveillance videos, detectives were able to trace the Neon to Riehl and executed a search warrant. During their search, police came across drug paraphernalia commonly used with heroin, including burnt spoons and plastic baggies. A second search warrant was requested for the residence that Bouley and Riehl shared with Riehl's grandfather, and police found additional heroin and drug paraphernalia, according to court documents.
Police also found what appeared to be a "practice note," similar to the one handed to the clerk at Tractor Supply, and further investigation revealed that Trask and Baglione had been along for the ride. All four were arrested and have been jailed since their arraignments in June.
Earlier this month, Bouley was indicted by a Hillsborough County Grand Jury on one count of possession of a controlled narcotic (heroin) in excess of five grams. She was also indicted on one count of robbery. Both charges are class B felonies.
Riehl has been indicted on one count of criminal liability for the conduct of another (robbery), and possession of a controlled narcotic drug, both class B felonies.
Trask and Baglione have both been indicted on one count of criminal liability for the conduct of another (robbery).
Trask was also recently charged with 10 counts of theft and four counts of fraudulent use of a credit card, crimes he allegedly committed against family members, according to Capt. Chris Nervik of the Milford Police Department.