Malden Police arrested James Armato of Stoneham after he allegedly choked his girlfriend unconscious and beat her
Moving past the pain…©
By Felina Silver Robinson
He left me to be with another
I must stay strong
Our years together no longer mean a thing
Someone younger has more to offer
I’m no longer his thing
I know it’s not my fault
I mustn’t let it get me down
I can not, must not harm another
I know my pain is severe
I must be strong and work through the pain
I can’t do something regretful so I can no longer be there for our kids
I must seek help in working through the pain
I must stand strong
I can start over again
My life is worth more
No crime will heal my pain
I thank my children for making me see clearly
I wrote this poem after reading the story of the Teacher in Lynn who was arrested for attempting to run down her ex-husband’s girlfriend.
No situation, no matter how painful gives us the power to take the life of another.
Think of all the things you will lose if you become as bad or even worse than those that hurt you.
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Convicted murderer Steven Spader has been moved from New Hampshire to a prison in New Jersey.
Department of Corrections officials confirmed that Spader, 22, was moved to the New Jersey State Prison on Feb. 15.
Spokesman Jeff Lyons said it’s not uncommon to send inmates to other states in exchange for other inmates, but officials don’t give specific reasons for such transfers.
Lyons said the most common reasons for a transfer are that the inmate is a threat to the institution or the inmate’s personal safety might be threatened without a move.
Spader was convicted of first-degree murder in the October 2009 machete killing of Kimberly Cates, of Mont Vernon. He was also convicted of attempted murder for the attack on Cates’ daughter, Jaimie Cates.
Christopher Gribble was also convicted of murder in the case.
Lyons said New Hampshire has more than 100 inmates serving sentences in other states.
NASHUA, N.H. – A Manchester man has been sentenced to 20 to 80 years in prison for shooting at an officer during a pursuit last year.
The Hillsborough County attorney’s office says 22-year-old Garrett Gauthier pleaded guilty Monday to attempted murder and nine other charges, including drug possession and resisting arrest.
The shooting happened April 12, 2013, when Gauthier ran from a car during a traffic stop. He shot at Officer Aaron Brown from a distance of 7 to 10 yards and missed, then continued running.
Gauthier’s attorney argued that his client should be sentenced to 15 to 40 years and told the judge Gauthier had a major drug addiction that had spiraled out of control.
The judge agreed with the prosecution’s recommendation.
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