Manchester man convicted in January murder outside local bar

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CONCORD — The New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office announced Monday that John DeLee has been convicted on multiple charges in the January murder of Timothy Pouliot.

A Hillsborough County Superior Court jury found DeLee guilty of two counts of second-degree murder and one count of reckless conduct for the death of Pouliot, which occurred outside a downtown Manchester bar on Jan. 29.

According to Attorney General John M. Formella, the jury delivered their verdict after a week-long trial, concluding that DeLee acted with extreme indifference to human life.

The shooting, which resulted in Pouliot’s death, was part of an incident described by prosecutors as both knowing and reckless.

“Today, our thoughts are with Timothy Pouliot, his family, and all those who knew and loved him,” Formella stated, thanking the trial team and law enforcement for their work.

DeLee is scheduled to be sentenced at 1:30 p.m. on March 8 at the Hillsborough County Superior Court – Northern District.

He remains in custody without bail until the sentencing.

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