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Second arrest in theft of produce from community garden
Amanda Gosselin, 27, of Boscawen, faces one count of theft by unauthorized taking. Her arrest comes nearly four months after the theft.
Previously, police charged Francisco Sorrentino of Boscawen with two counts in connection with the thefts. At the time of his arrest, troopers alleged that Sorrentino filled buckets with produce and drove away.
In September 2013 Troopers from Troop D opened an investigation into the theft of produce from the Sycamore Community Garden Project located on the grounds of the New Hampshire Technical Community College in Concord.
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