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Former S&S Officer Sentenced

Shane Harlow1.jpgFormer College Safety & Security officer Shane Harlow of Quechee, who was previously accused of fleeing the scene of a fatal accident involving Dartmouth graduate student Mikhail Lomakin, has been sentenced to prison for sexually molesting two girls. According to the Valley News:

In Windsor Superior Court on Wednesday, 48-year-old Shane Harlow was sentenced to 10 to 30 years in prison, with all but five years suspended as long as he exhibits good behavior. As part of a plea agreement reached in September, Harlow also pleaded no contest to an unrelated misdemeanor count of leaving the scene of an accident after allegedly running over the body of a 24-year-old Dartmouth College graduate student in October 2012…

As a condition of his sentence, Harlow must complete a treatment program for sex offenders and is not allowed to contact his victims or any minors without the approval of his probation officer. He is also forbidden from having romantic relationships with people who have children under the age of 16. A violation of his probation could land him in prison until he is 78 years old, said Windsor County State’s Attorney Michael Kainen.

“He is effectively on house arrest for most of the rest of his life,” Kainen said.

Nearly all of Harlow’s sentence is related to the sex crimes. His sentence for leaving the accident scene was 30 days. In that case, it was unclear whether the car Harlow was driving struck the body of the Dartmouth student, Mikhail Lomakin, before or after Lomakin died. Lomakin was found dead on Interstate 91 under mysterious circumstances.

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