Lebanon workman arraigned on cash burglary charge

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Eric Francis

Suspect had done work at the residence on Mascoma Street

LEBANON, NH - A Lebanon man is facing a felony burglary charge in connection with a residential break-in that took place Thursday morning on Mascoma Street.

    The resident told police that someone had broken into his home and taken between $400 and $500 in cash and that he suspected an acquaintance who'd recently done work at the house, Lebanon Police explained in a press release issued Monday.

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    Based on that information, officers conducted an investigation and ended up interviewing and arresting Kevin Russell, 40, of Hanover Street later that same day in connection with the alleged theft.

    Russell refused the services of a bail commissioner and was arraigned in the Grafton County Superior Court on the burglary charge, which is a Class B felony in New Hampshire, before he was later released on $10,000 personal recognizance bail. 

Kevin Russell, 40, of Lebanon is facing a felony burglary charge

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