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Grantham man makes plea deal in wife's killing
James Perriello arrives at District Court Friday, April 27, 2012 in Newport, N.H. Perriello was charged with shooting, and killing his wife, Natalie Perriello at their home in Grantham. (File)
James W. Perriello told police he "lost his cool" because, he alleged, his wife was having an affair with a 20-year-old former student at Lebanon High School.
According to police testimony at a May 2012 probable cause hearing, an officer went inside and found a woman on the floor in a pool of blood at the entrance to a bedroom. A round was jammed in a pistol placed on a nearby space heater.
The couple's 3-year-old son was in the bedroom. The officer heard screaming and yelling coming from children in other rooms of the house.
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