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Indictments allege second-degree murder in Langlois case
Jesus Fernandez, 27, of Manchester was indicted in the murder of Daniel Langlois in December. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER File)
A part-time bouncer at the now closed Club Realm, 43 Amherst St., Langlois was driving his friend's SUV because the man had had too much to drink.
When police went to arrest Fernandez on the drug sale warrants, they reported finding him hiding in a third-floor closet at a Maple Street address. He was indicted in March 2013 for the sale of cocaine and oxycodone to Manchester police confidential informants in June and July 2011.
In addition to his job as a bouncer, Langlois worked full-time as a carpenter for a firm installing doors on a new residence hall at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.
One of the second-degree murder indictments says Fernandez "recklessly caused the death of Daniel Langlois, under circumstances manifesting an extreme indifference to the value of human life," while the second indictment says Fernandez "knowingly caused the death of Daniel Langlois."
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