CDS: GORHAM WOMAN SENTENCED

by Christian Mower on June 21, 2013

THE CONWAY DAILY SUN SAYS A GORHAM, NEW HAMPSHIRE WOMAN WILL SERVE 37 MONTHS IN FEDERAL PRISON FOR TWO BANK ROBBERIES, INCLUDING ONE IN CONWAY.

THE SUN SAYS 39-YEAR-OLD ROXANNE GILLIS HAD PLEADED GUILTY TO TWO COUNTS IN U.S. DISTRICT COURT IN CONCORD IN APRIL, 2013 AS PART OF A PLEA AGREEMENT.

FOSTER’S DAILY DEMOCRAT REPORTS GILLIS WAS SENTENCED TUESDAY – WAS ORDERED TO MAKE RESTITUTION – AND WILL BE ON SUPERVISED RELEASE FOR THREE YEARS AFTER SHE COMPLETES HER TERM.

GILLIS – WHO ALSO WAS KNOWN AS USING THE LAST NAME OF ESTY – WAS ARRESTED IN JUNE, 2012 IN CONNECTION WITH THE MAY 11, 2012 ROBBERY OF THE CONWAY BRANCH OF BANK OF NEW HAMPSHIRE ON MAIN ST.

AT THE TIME OF HER ARREST, POLICE SAY THEY FOUND EVIDENCE IN HER HOME LINKING HER TO ANOTHER BANK ROBBERY LATER IN MAY, 2012 OF THE KENNEBUNK SAVINGS BANK BRANCH IN YORK, MAINE.

WRITER: MACKENZIE FRIDAY JUNE 21 2013 FROM THE CONWAY DAILY SUN, WITH ADDED CONTENT

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