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Wednesday September 12, 2018 (1 week ago)


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ORLEANS — A Yarmouth Port woman will be on probation for two years after she pleaded guilty Wednesday in Orleans District Court to two counts of larceny from a person over 65 for stealing credit cards from residents at an assisted living facility.Gretchen Coughlin, 40, was given a two-year jail sentence, which was suspended until 2020. Restitution parameters are still being determined, according to court documents.In light of the plea, several counts of credit card [...]

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