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Injured Worker Allegedly Captured on Film Swinging Sledgehammer, Operating Backhoe

Monday, June 26, 2017 | 673 | 0 | 0 min read

A former Massachusetts prison guard was indicted Thursday after the Attorney General's Office accused him of collecting $15,895 in workers' compensation benefits while running a construction and snow-removal business, though he claimed he was not working. A Worcester grand jury indicted Thomas Roy, 37, of Ashburnham, on charges of workers' compensation fraud, filing a false claim, and larceny over $250, the Attorney General's Office announced.  Roy worked at the jail associated with the Worcester County Sheriff's Office, which houses those accused of a crime who have...

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