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Londonderry suspect facing robbery, burglary charges
Prosecutors say Joshua Magee demanded to be shown a safe inside the Wilson Road home, but the woman said she only had $20 in cash.
He could face 10 to 20 years in state prison if he is convicted.
A neighbor of the woman called police when she saw a man, later identified by police as Magee, walking toward her neighbor’s house at 14 Wilson Road.
The homeowner told police that she and her 1 ½-year-old son were inside the home when the man entered. She was in an upstairs bedroom and her son was downstairs in the living room, police said.
She went to check “and that’s when she saw a subject holding a pistol pointed at her,” according to Duguay.
His clothing matched the description of witnesses, police said.
He was found to have a loaded handgun in his possession, police said.
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