CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Jeffrey Dingman was barely 14 when he and his older brother, Robert, killed their parents in Rochester. Now 31, he is eligible for parole after spending more than half his life behind bars.

The brothers fatally shot their parents, Eve and Vance, as they arrived home from work on a Friday afternoon in February 1996. The teens wrapped the bodies in garbage bags and hid them in the attic and basement.

The teens played and partied over the weekend, returned to school Monday and were arrested after their parents' worried co-workers called police.

Robert Dingman was 17 at the time and is serving a life sentence for first-degree murder and conspiracy. Jeffrey got 30 years to life in a plea deal and has a parole hearing scheduled for next week.

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