A+ A A-

Man charged with stealing Rx from veterinarian accused fo violating his bail terms

LACONIA — A former Gilford man accused of stealing animal anesthetics from his former employer was ordered back into court for failing to observe the conditions of his bail.

Bruce Sanborn, 42, formerly of 41 East Gilford Drive had been released on $25,000 personal recognizance bail after being indicted in April by a Belknap County grand jury for one count of felony possession of a controlled drug and one count of theft by unauthorized taking.

Sanborn is accused of taking Telazol from his employer, a Gilford veterinarian, who had given him a job as a handyman and a place to stay.

According to the request for revocation of bail, Sanborn allegedly failed to report to probation in May of 2014 where he would be subject to drug and alcohol urinalysis.

On July 7, Judge Larry Smukler ordered that he post $100 cash bail that was posted.

The probation department reported to the Belknap County Attorney that he also failed to show up on July 23 so on July 24, Asst. Belknap County Attorney Carley Ahern requested and was granted an emergency bail review hearing to be held on July 29.

As of yesterday, Sanborn is schedule for trial in October.

 
The Laconia Daily Sun - All Rights Reserved
Privacy Policy
Powered by BENN a division of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Login or Register

LOG IN