Leominster mother and son indicted by grand jury for larceny in connection with condo association theft

A Leominster mother and son, who allegedly stole more than $183,000 from a condominium association between 2010 and 2016 were indicted by a grand jury on Dec. 21 on several larceny charges, according to a spokesman for District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.  In October, larceny charges against Judith Remy, 78, of 131 Litchfield Pines Drive, and her son, Raymond Remy, 55, of 92 Middle St., were dismissed in Leominster District Court by Judge Mark Noonan after he denied a motion by the state for more time “over the objections of the district attorney’s office.”    Read the article………….


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