Home invasion suspect pleads guilty

Nashua woman will serve at least 10 years

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Attorney Stephen Rosecan speaks with his client, Maryanne Jacobsmeyer, during her plea and sentencing hearing in Hillsborough County Superior Court South Wednesday. Jacobsmeyer was sentenced to at least 10 years in state prison.

NASHUA – Maryanne Jacobsmeyer will serve at least the next 10 years in state prison, and possibly more if she misbehaves, as the result of a plea agreement she reached Wednesday on the string of felony charges stemming from the June home invasion in which she tied up, blindfolded and terrorized a 92-year-old man in his Nashua home.

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