Convicted Salem Murderer Freed Again After New Charges

SALEM (CBS) – A man out on parole, despite being sentenced to seven life terms, will not be going back to prison.

In February, Charles Doucette was arrested on charges he assaulted his girlfriend.

But a jury just acquitted him on the new assault charge, so Doucette is once again a free man.

Doucette was let out on parole in 2007 after serving time for a 1991 murder and two home invasions.


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