Vermont man to remain jailed until trial in tax evasion case

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A Vermont man charged with knowingly assisting a pair of convicted New Hampshire tax evaders elude authorities will remain jailed until his trial in November.

Robert Wolffe, of Randolph, decided midway through a court hearing that he would not contest authorities’ wish to keep him in custody.

He’s charged with helping Ed and Elaine Brown of Plainfield, New Hampshire, evade capture following their conviction on tax evasion charges.

Authorities say Wolffe left a trail of evidence on the Internet showing his support for the Browns.

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