Syndey Depaulo Convicted on 11 Charges for Forged Petition

Syndey Depaulo, who confessed to forging a petition against UpperWest and submitting it to the Cambridge License Commission against our liquor license application, was convicted on October 20, 2015 on 11 counts, including forgery, uttering and witness intimidation.

See Cambridge Day article below by Marc Levy.

Convictions follow forged petition intended to keep competition away from restaurant

http://www.cambridgeday.com/2015/10/20/felony-convictions-follow-forged-petition-aimed-to-keep-away-eatery-competition/

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