Vermont, December 21

RUTLAND -- Prosecutors told a judge in federal court in Rutland Wednesday they will not seek the death penalty against Frank Caraballo, who has been implicated in the shooting death of Brattleboro resident Melissa Barratt in July 2011. Instead, Caraballo will face life in prison without the possibilityof release if found guilty during a trial, which has yet to be scheduled.

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