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Hampton man sentenced 4 to 8 years in prison for robbery of Poker Room in Hampton Falls
Bryan Lisio, 26, of Hampton was sentenced 4 to 8 years in state prison on Monday in Rockingham County Superior Court after pleading guilty to robbery and second-degree assault. (JAMES A. KIMBLE PHOTO)
Bryan Lisio, of Hampton, pleaded guilty to robbery and two counts of second-degree assault for beating 64-year-old Robert Carleton in the head with a BB gun and choking him during the attack.
Delker said he wanted a sentence that took into account the impact the attack had on Carleton's life and the remorsefulness Lisio expressed at an earlier hearing.
Delker said he wanted to ensure that the sentence also made clear that crimes like Lisio's would not be tolerated.
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