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Derry woman pleads guilty in convenience store robbery
Rochelle Richards, 23, of Derry pleaded guilty to robbery, attempted robbery and possession of a controlled drug in connection with a pair of heists in Derry and Londonderry in April. (JAMES A. KIMBLE)
Richards told store employees during both incidents, “I have a gun. Give me all your money,” but actually had no weapon, according to prosecutors.
Richards has already spent roughly 157 days in jail, according to Public Defender Joseph Malfitani.
Judge Marguerite Wageling said on Thursday that she found the terms of the plea deal acceptable but warned Richards she had to remain drug free following her release because any violation of her probation or parole could land her back in state prison.
“That maximum penalty is hanging over your head,” Wageling said. “That’s a huge risk you have.”
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