Man shot by Nashua police officer pleads guilty

Man shot by Nashua police officer pleads guilty

A man who was shot twice by a Nashua police officer in March this year pleaded guilty to a slew of felony and misdemeanor charges on Friday.

According to the terms of a plea & sentencing hearing held yesterday in Hillsborough County Superior Court, 41-year-old Craig Riley pleaded guilty to more than a felony and misdemeanor charges. He has been boiled down to a state prison sentence of 5-10 years, with suspended sentences to kick in once he completes his previous sentence.


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