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Seabrook NH man charged in federal court docket after taking pictures loss of life

SEABROOK — An area man who shot and killed a person final yr however was not charged in his homicide is now dealing with federal costs in reference to the identical incident for allegedly being a felon in possession of a weapon.

Garrito “Tony” Fort, 38, previously of Seabrook, was arraigned Tuesday on one rely of possession of a firearm and ammunition by a prohibited particular person. He pleaded not responsible however is being held in custody pending a bail listening to on Friday, in response to the workplace of US Legal professional for the District of New Hampshire Jane E. Younger.

Fort, a convicted felon, is charged with the illegal possession of a Taurus 9mm caliber pistol and diverse 9mm ammunition on November 1, 2021, when he shot and injured Richard Janvrin, Jr., 50, and fatally shot 35-year-old Christopher Coletti, each of Seabrook, throughout an altercation that passed off at Fort’s house on Boynton Lane.

He was indicted on the cost by a federal grand jury in August and was taken into custody in Rhode Island on Sept. 19 by US Marshals. If convicted, Fort faces a potential sentence of as much as 10 years in federal jail.

Coletti had beforehand been in custody in New Hampshire for 3 costs, however was launched in March on private recognition bail by Decide David Ruoff after the New Hampshire Legal professional Common’s resolution to not carry homicide costs towards him.

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