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Hampstead home invasion suspects under investigation for other crimes
Manchester Assistant Police Chief Nick Willard confirmed the two are suspects.
Prosecutors say that Menagerman and Sanchez physically and sexually assaulted people inside the home on Kent Farm Road in Hampstead before stealing 10 guns that were sold at a Lawrence, Mass., garage for $600 and cocaine.
Willard confirmed that the two men are suspects in a series of home invasions in Manchester around the same time as the Hampstead incident.
While he is not prepared to say when there will be arrests or direct indictments, Willard said: “It is still a very active investigation.”
Menendez told investigators in October 2011 that he brokered a deal involving the stolen guns at a Lawrence, Mass., garage, and that Menagerman and Sanchez were working with Abraham Depaula, 24, of Haverhill, Mass., who is also expected to face charges in the case, according to court records.
Defense lawyers have been protesting that prosecutors want to redact information regarding uncharged crimes mentioned in police reports and other evidence being handed over to them in advance of Menagerman and Sanchez heading to trial.
A fourth man convicted of taking part in the burglary, Avery Walker, 22, of Haverhill, Mass., is already serving a state prison term after pleading guilty in 2012 to felony charges of conspiracy to commit burglary and accomplice to burglary.
Union Leader Staff Writer Dale Vincent contributed to this report.
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