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Concord pair indicted in Cornish attack, robbery
The men allegedly burglarized a Cornish home in July, during which the homeowner was severely injured.
Aaron Gobin, 26, was indicted on the charges of conspiracy to commit robbery as well as habitual offender and attempted escape for allegedly driving while prohibited to do so in August and then attempting to flee from a police cruiser after he was arrested and handcuffed inside the cruiser.
Their victim, a 58-year-old Cornish man, is a former co-worker of Gobin, said New Hampshire State Police Trooper Charles Newton.
Tozier and Gobin are being held at the men’s prison in Concord.
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