According to a press release by the Nashua Police Department, Patrick Giordano, 21, of 26 Oakridge Drive, Londonderry, NH, was charged with the class A felony, Receiving Stolen Property, which is punishable by imprisonment for up to fifteen years in the state prison in addition to fines.
Police say that on July 29, 2012 Nashua patrol officers responded to two Nashua residences for reports of burglaries. All stolen property has since been recovered. Detectives of the Nashua Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division’s Burglary Unit investigated further. As a result of that investigation, a warrant was obtained for the arrest of Giordano for Receiving Stolen Property. As detectives investigated further they developed information linking Giordano to the aforementioned burglaries.
Giordano was then charged with two counts of the class B felony, Burglary, which carries a sentence of imprisonment for up to seven years in the state prison in addition to fines on each count.
Patrol officers arrested Giordano at approximately 6:35 p.m. He was released on $10,000 personal recognizance bail, pending arraignment in the 9th Circuit Nashua Division Court.
Source: Nashua Police Department
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