Clinton Hostage-Taker Back in Custody

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New Hampshire authorities say the man who took hostages at a Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign office in 2007 is back in custody a day after he cut off his electronic monitoring bracelet.

Prosecutor Thomas Velardi says Leeland Eisenberg was found in his Dover apartment at about 11:05 a.m. Wednesday. He was taken into custody without incident by his probation officer and was returned to jail.

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Department of Corrections spokesman Jeff Lyons says a violation of probation warrant would be filed and that Eisenberg would return to court to find out what penalties he would face.

Eisenberg cut off his monitor Tuesday, one day after being given a "last chance" at freedom by a judge who released him despite multiple probation violations.