DOVER RESIDENT SENTENCED TO 71 MONTHS FOR
MULTIPLE BANK ROBBERIES
CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE -- Bo H. Rodden, of Dover, New Hampshire was sentenced to 71 months in federal prison after pleading guilty in the United States District Court to two counts of bank robbery, three counts of conspiracy to commit bank robbery in connection, and two counts of aiding and abetting bank robbery announced, United States Attorney John P. Kacavas. Rodden was also sentenced to three years of supervised release, which will begin after he finishes serving his prison term. During the period of supervised release, Rodden's behavior will be monitored by the United States Probation & Pretrial Services Office. Rodden was also ordered to pay restitution to the banks.
Rodden faced a maximum statutory sentence of 20 years on the bank robbery and aiding and abetting bank robbery counts and five years on the bank robbery conspiracy counts. An advisory guideline range calculation resulted in a recommended sentence of 57 to 71 months. The district court accepted a stipulation by Rodden and the government that Rodden be sentenced to 71 months.
The Dover Police Department, the Stratham Police Department, the Rollinsford Police Department, the Farmington Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation cooperated in the investigation of this case. Criminal Chief Don Feith prosecuted the case.