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November 16, 2006
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Mass.: Fake deputies get real time for theft

By Gary V. Murray, Staff Writer
Telegram & Gazette

WORCESTER- The two men who faked their way into a motel room and stole a half-million dollars worth of cocaine by posing as deputy sheriffs now are serving very real prison sentences.

Dean A. Bouchard and Russell G. Jones were each sentenced to 5 to 7 years in Walpole State Prison after pleading guilty Oct. 25 in Worcester Superior Court to charges stemming from the March 23, 2005, theft of 5 kilograms of cocaine from two men at the Rodeway Inn on Main Street in Westminster. Judge Peter W. Agnes Jr. placed both 25-year-old men on probation for 5 years, to begin upon their release from prison.

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