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Topic - Michael Bouthillette
A contractor convicted in the Central Falls corruption scandal is dropping a $32,000 lawsuit against the city.
A corrupt former Rhode Island mayor was freed from prison early Friday as part of a deal struck with federal and state prosecutors after an appeals court threw his 2012 conviction into question.
A contractor convicted in the Central Falls corruption scandal is seeking more than $32,000 from the city.
The former mayor of a Rhode Island city that recently emerged from bankruptcy pleaded guilty to a federal corruption charge Monday, acknowledging that he accepted gifts from a political supporter who received a lucrative city contract to board up vacant homes.
Forensic tests made public Wednesday show that the DNA of George Zimmerman was the only DNA that could be identified on the grip of the gun used to kill 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Bouthillette said the city never paid him for cleanup work his firm did at the Adams Memorial Library.
Mr. Bouthillette acknowledge in a plea agreement that Mr. Bouthillette paid at least in part for a furnace installed at Mr. Moreau's former Central Falls home and for renovations at a home Mr. Moreau owned in Lincoln.