Man connected to brutal beating of NH doctor, wife granted parole
The accomplice in a brutal home break-in and assault in Bedford in 2012 has been granted parole.
Nathan Lamontagne was sentenced in 2014 to six to 22 years for driving Charles Normil to and from the home of Dr. Eduardo and Sonia Quesada on Nov. 24, 2012.
Normil beat Eduardo Quesada with a screw driver and stabbed him in the head before sexually assaulting Sonia Quesada. Eduardo Quesada was unable to return to work as an anesthesiologist since the attack. Sonia Quesada died of a prescription drug overdose several weeks after the attack.
In 2016, a judge denied Lamontagne's request to suspend the rest of his sentence. His attorneys at the time called him a "changed man," citing the courses he has taken while in prison.
Lamontagne's parole will go into effect Sept. 5 as long as he complies with several stipulations including remaining disciplinary free until that time as well have an approved housing plan.
Normil is serving a 25-year sentence in Massachusetts for a different home break-in and assault. Once that sentence is finished, he will be sent to New Hampshire to serve time. He has been sentenced to serve a minimum of 67 years and a max of 134 years behind bars for the New Hampshire incident.