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Former Manchester teacher convicted on one charge in drug trial
Manchester Central art teacher Lisa Tagalakis Fedoris was in Manchester District Court, arraigned on charges of criminal liability to the sale of drugs and endangering the welfare of a child. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER FILE)
After a two-day trial, in which Tagalakis was the only defense witness, the jury found the 43-year-old former art teacher at Manchester High School Central guilty of a common nuisance charge.
Jurors found Tagalakis innocent of a felony charge of conspiracy to sell drugs. She was accused of taking $100 a week in rent from ex-convict Robert Doane, who was selling drugs, primarily heroin, out of her home at 151 Sagamore St. in January and February 2013.
Tagalakis, now divorced and no longer using her married name, Fedor, was living at the Sagamore Street house with her 4-year-old twin boys and her 22-year-old boyfriend, Kristopher White, when White asked if his friend, Doane, could rent a room there.
Tagalakis testified she did not know anything about drugs being sold from her house or drugs being in the house.
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