Ashuelot an sentenced to life for murder of step-grandfather

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ASHUELOT — Keegan Duhaime has been sentenced to thirty-three years to life in state prison for the second-degree murder of his step-grandfather, Timothy “Stanley” Hill, New Hampshire officials announced today.

Duhaime, who pled guilty on Sept. 13 to the charges, admitted to the July 9 shooting of Hill while he slept in their Ashuelot home.

The plea was entered in the Cheshire County Superior Court.

Attorney General John M. Formella and Colonel Mark B. Hall of the New Hampshire State Police stated that the significant prison term reflects the strong evidence produced during the investigation.

Formella extended his gratitude to the trial team and law enforcement partners, including the Winchester Police Department and the New Hampshire State Police Major Crime Unit, for their meticulous work.

“Our thoughts remain with Timothy Hill’s family and friends,” said Formella, acknowledging the impact of the loss on the victim’s loved ones.

Assistant Attorney General Charles Bucca and Assistant Attorney General R.

Christopher Knowles, with assistance from Victim/Witness Advocate Sunny Mulligan-Shea, led the prosecution of the case.

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