- Associated Press - Thursday, October 2, 2014

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - The second man accused of robbing a woman and her two children outside a Manchester, New Hampshire, hotel has turned himself into police.

Police said the woman and her 11-year-old daughter had just flown from Florida to Manchester. They met her 22-year-old daughter. They were unloading their rental car at the Holiday Inn Express before midnight on Sept. 16 when two men showed up and demanded their purses. One had a gun. The 11-year-old girl also gave the men a bag of doughnuts.

The three weren’t hurt.

Police said Eric St. Pierre turned himself in to police on Wednesday and was expected in court Thursday. On Monday, Michael Cenat of Haverhill, Massachusetts, turned himself in and was arraigned with bail at $20,000. It wasn’t known if they had lawyers.

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