Former Rochester City Clerk Sheryl Eisenberg will not be prosecuted on a charge of falsifying physical evidence and receiving stolen property, for allegedly concealing an Xbox stolen by her teenage son during an alleged attack last year. Last October, Eisenberg was arrested at the City Hall after police had executed a search warrant at her home and found a stolen Xbox under her son Phillip's bed. Phillip Eisenberg was charged one count of burglary and four counts of first-degree assault after a home invasion on Estes Road. Mrs. Eisenberg’s lawyer filed a motion to dismiss both charges in April, arguing that there was no evidence to support that Eisenberg concealed or hid the Xbox. Both charges were dropped by the Strafford County Attorney's Office on June 28, and the case was closed. The state has chosen not to prosecute.