Nashua man sentenced for crime in which his dog led to arrest
A convicted felon who illegally possessed a gun was sentenced last month to one year in federal prison, and the lesson is this: When committing a crime, it’s probably a good idea to leave the dog at home.
Bradley Dean Mohring, age 56, from Nashua, received the prison term on Aug. 15 after an April 5 guilty plea to being a felon in possession of a firearm.
Evidence at a previous hearing showed that in October 2018, officers were investigating a burglary at a co-op in Nashua. During the investigation, officers reviewing video footage saw a dog present at the time of the burglary.
For more on this story see the September 3 Tribune.