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Anne M. Reynolds pleads not guilty to charges of stealing over $90K
Reacts to Supreme Court decision barring life sentences - they violate the Constitution’s Eighth Amendment restricting cruel and unusual punishment

Defendant to serve concurrent life sentences

Roberta Cicora gets 27 months in prison

A New York woman was sentenced to more than two years in prison for sending threatening letters containing white powder to Senator Scott Brown and Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley in May 2011. According to a release from the US Attorney's Office, Roberta Cicora, 57, also mailed letters to the District Court in Greenfield, MA and the Franklin County House of Correction in Greenfield.

Roberta Cicora gets 27 months in prison
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July 2012 murder in "The Wedge" solved
Kevin McNicol sentenced to 15 years
Barnstable County Commissioner charged with OUI on November 20 in Eastham

Eastham woman accused of stealing over $90,000 from town funds