An inmate at Danbury Federal Correctional Institution has been sentenced to additional time in prison for possession of contraband. 41-year old John Faucher was sentenced Monday to a year and a day for having an object designed or intended to be used as a weapon. The New Hampshire man is currently serving a 46-month sentence at Danbury FCI for robbing a bank in October 2016 and attempting to rob a convenience store in September 2016. He was scheduled for release in February 2020. He allegedly fashioned a weapon while working in the prison’s facilities department. The metal rod was bent at one end for a handle and sharpened into a point at the other end and authorities say meant to be traded for drugs.