City woman pleads guilty to 2016 Hooksett home invasion/armed robbery

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HOOKSETT, NH – Angela Lucier, 31, of Manchester, recently plead guilty to armed robbery for her part in a home invasion that occurred in Hooksett in April of 2016. Lucier was sentenced to serve 4-8 years in the NH State Prison for Women, and pay restitution to the victims.

On April 7, 2016 Hooksett officer’s responded to a residence on Goonan Road for a report that three armed individuals forced entry into the home and held the residents at gunpoint while they robbed them. After an extensive investigation by Hooksett detectives it was determined that Angela Lucier, Charles Cruz and Bruce Krakos were responsible.

Cruz and Krakos have both also been arrested and are waiting to stand trial on charges of armed robbery.

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