Two More Plead Guilty Of Tying Up, Stabbing, And Trying To Set Man On Fire In Bradford

Updated 1 year ago

Two of the four people accused of tying up a man, stabbing him, and trying to set him on fire in Bradford, pleaded guilty Monday to aggravated assault.24-year-old Glenn Curtis of Hudson was sentenced to four years in prison.28-year-old Ryan Thibodeau of Glenburn was sentenced to five years.Both also pleaded guilty to unrelated chargers. Last week, 37-year-old Tellis Baker pleaded guilty and was sentenced to four years.29-year-old Nicole Giles is yet to appear in court in this case.District Attorney Christopher Almy says in March the four lured the victim to Bradford, under the guise that they needed him to fix Thibodeau’s uncle’s car.Almy says they tied the victim up and attacked him.We’re told it was payback because the victim was accused of sexually assaulting Nicole Giles, but the DA’s office didn’t find evidence to support that.


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