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A New York woman was convicted in federal court on Friday for sending four threatening letters to several people, including Sen. Scott Brown, and Attorney General Martha Coakley.
Police & Fire
The following information was supplied by the Andover Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
In a live chat on Patch Thursday, Gov. Deval Patrick said he approves of the extraordinary step of allowing release to defense attorneys of State Police interviews with alleged "rogue chemist" Annie Dookhan.
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Most of the action in this past weekend's police log fell on Sunday. The following information was supplied by the Andover Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
The New Hampshire board that governs medical licenses held an emergency meeting to suspend Dr. Richard Keller's right to practice medicine in the Granite State. Keller was accused of receiving child pornography.
Andover pediatrician will stay in jail for the duration of the investigation into his purchases of child pornography in the past few years.
The second Andover man in one week was charged with child pornography on Thursday.
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