- Associated Press - Thursday, July 16, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A man convicted of being involved in a violent crime spree leading up to the death of a New Hampshire police officer is up for parole.

Antoine Bell Rogers was never charged in connection with the 2006 death of Manchester police officer Michael Briggs. But he was an accomplice in the crime spree that made Michael Addison - now the only man on New Hampshire’s death row - a wanted man who was convicted of killing Briggs as he and his partner approached him in a Manchester alley.

WMUR reports (https://bit.ly/1HQsbDS ) that Rogers has a parole hearing Thursday. He was convicted of committing several robberies with Addison in the days leading up to Briggs’ murder. He was sentenced to 60 years in prison.

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