Kent Farm Suspects Indicted

HAMPSTEAD – Angel Sanchez and Max Menagerman were recently indicted at Rockingham Superior Court for their roles in a violent home invasion that took place on Kent Farm Road in July 2011.

Menagerman, 24, 127 Winter St., Haverhill, Mass., and Angel Sanchez, 22, 52 North St., Haverhill, Mass., were arraigned in Salem, Mass. District Court on Nov. 15, 2013 for being fugitives from justice on the Hampstead warrants. Both suspects had been in jail in Massachusetts on charges from that state for the past two years. They both waived extradition and were transported back to New Hampshire to be arraigned on the Hampstead charges.

Menagerman and Sanchez are two of four suspects involved in a home invasion that occurred Monday July 18, 2011 at 3:45 p.m. on Kent Farm Road. During the home invasion, the male homeowner was assaulted, bound and tortured, and his female companion was subjected to acts of aggravated felonious sexual assault. Several firearms were also stolen from the home.

Warrants are still pending for a third suspect, Abraham Depaula, 24, of Haverhill, Mass., who is currently in jail in Massachusetts. The fourth person tied to this case, Avery Walker, 21, 93 Whites Lane, Haverhill, Mass., was convicted in the spring of 2012 for conspiracy to commit burglary.

Menagerman was charged and indicted on six counts of criminal threatening with a firearm, four counts of sexual assault, five counts of simple assault, five counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault, false imprisonment, second degree assault, burglary and felonious use of a firearm.

Sanchez was charged and indicted with criminal threatening, theft, and criminal liability for conduct of another to aggravated felonious sexual assault, false imprisonment, burglary and felonious use of a firearm.

Frazier said what will come next for these two men may be negotiation by their defense attorneys or challenging the state’s case.

The investigation was headed up by Hampstead Detective Robert Kelley and involved the Hampstead Police in conjunction with Manchester Police, Haverhill, Mass., Police, the Massachusetts State Police and the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

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