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November 9, 2012





Police received an 8:55 a.m. report from a Richard Road woman who said her 8-year-old boy claimed to have a “tummy ache” and was refusing to go to school. The woman said she had tried several tactics to get the boy to go to school, including threatening him with calling the police. Police wrote later: “Officer clear, child is still not going to school.”

A Jefferson Street man reported to police at 11:28 a.m. that his mother-in-law was drinking when she shouldn’t be.



Around 6:30 p.m., police arrested Jason Papagikos, 37, of 53 Whiting Place, Lynn, on a charge of uttering a false instrument. An officer said Papagikos tried to pass counterfeit $20 bills at the Candlelite Motor Inn.

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