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Main's murder could be first death penalty case in a decade

December 14, 2010

WOONSOCKET – A federal grand jury Tuesday set the stage to make the shooting death and robbery of gas station manager David D. Main the state's first death penalty case in a decade.
The grand jury named Jason W. Pleau, 33, of Providence, Jose A. Santiago, 33, and Kelley M. Lajoie, 32, both of Springfield, Mass., on charges stemming from the murder, along with a “notice of special findings” needed to satisfy sentencing prerequisites in death penalty cases.

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