Landmark plea deal sends Nashua cold-case murderer to prison for at least 7 1/2 years

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup David Caplin enters the courtroom Wednesday for his plea and sentencing hearing on the charges stemming from the murders of two Nashua women in 1988.

NASHUA – Leslie Warner, who nearly 30 years ago lost his little sister in a spate of violence as sudden as it was brutal, spoke through his emotions for about 10 minutes in a hushed courtroom Wednesday morning, then turned to face one of the two men charged with killing his sister and her lifelong partner.

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