(Concord, N.H.) The New Hampshire Department of Corrections announces that two minimum security female inmates did not return to the Shea Farm Transitional Housing Unit in Concord and were placed on walkaway status. On April 13, 2012 they were approved for two separate outings and they did not return at the scheduled time.
On April 13, 2012, Krysti L. Stohl, 37, of Boscawen, New Hampshire and Annette Lynn Krikorian, 19, of Manchester, New Hampshire were approved to leave the facility for separate outings and they did not return at their 3:00 p.m. scheduled time.
Inmate Krikorian was given permission to leave at 8:15 am to seek employment. Inmate Stohl was given permission to leave the facility at 11:15 am to buy clothing at a local thrift shop.
Inmate Stohl is described as a white female, 63 inches tall, 148 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes. She has tattoos on her right wrist, upper right arm, right cheek, chest and neck. She is serving a 2 to 7 year sentence with 146 days of time served credited to her sentence for robbery from Merrimack County Superior Court. She began serving this sentence on June 21, 2011 and would be eligible for parole on January 24, 2013. Her maximum release date will be October 21, 2014. She is also on parole for two earlier 1 year to 5 year sentences from Merrimack County Superior Court for being an habitual offender. Those sentences will end on January 24, 2016.
Inmate Krikorian is described as a white female, 60 inches tall, 105 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She is serving two concurrent 1 to 4 year sentences from Rockingham County Superior Court for Conduct After an Accident and Falsifying Physic Evidence with 65 days of time served credited to her sentence. She was admitted to the NH State Prison for Women on September 1, 2011. Her parole eligibility date June 26, 2012. Her sentences end on June 26, 2015.
The New Hampshire State Police and the New Hampshire Department of Corrections Investigations Unit are investigating. Anybody with information on their whereabouts should call a local law enforcement agency or the New Hampshire State Prison at 603-271-1801.