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Friday October 12, 2018 (4 months, 1 week ago)


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SALEM — The leader of a multistate ATM and vehicle burglary ring known as “Willy Wonka” or the “Chocolate Man” has pleaded guilty to 60 charges.The Salem News reports that 47-year-old William “Willy Wonka” Rodriguez pleaded guilty Thursday to his role in crimes in Massachusetts — including on Cape Cod — New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Connecticut that netted more than $300,000 in property and currency.The Lawrence man was one of five people arrested in [...]

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