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    Inmate Walks Away From New Hampshire Housing Unit
    New Hampshire Department of Corrections
    Michael Maurice Chiasson

    Police in Manchester, New Hampshire, are still looking for one work-release inmate after a second missing one returned to his transitional housing unit.

    A Department of Corrections spokesman says 55-year-old Isthmian Aaron Smith, formerly of Enfield, New Hampshire, left his job and didn't return to the Calumet Transitional Housing Unit at first on Monday. He eventually returned at 3 p.m. and was taken to state prison in Concord.

    He is serving multiple sentences on theft, operating after being deemed a habitual offender, receiving stolen property, and heroin possession.

    On Friday, 41-year-old Michael Maurice Chiasson Jr., formerly of Concord, walked away from Calumet after a corrections officer questioned him about unauthorized property in his possession.

    He was sentenced on a felonious sexual assault charge. His maximum release date is in 2027.

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