Judge could issue ruling this month

Ongoing Dannible theft case could see another hearing or court order

Staff photo by Dean Shalhoup Nashua Attorney Rusty Chadwick speaks with his client, Shannon Dannible, as Monday's hearing in her theft case came to a close in Hillsborough County Superior court South.

NASHUA – Prosecutors in the felony embezzlement case of former Litchfield school principal Shannon Dannible said Monday that 18 social media videos showing Dannible selling a line of cosmetics all but confirm their allegations that she has been adapting her behavior to fit certain situations.

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