NH foreclosure subcontractors for Bank of America plead guilty to taking 1973 Dodge Challenger stored at Worcester home
WORCESTER — The saga of the purloined purple hot rod, which pitted a lone muscle car enthusiast against a mega-bank with more than $2 trillion in assets, ended Thursday afternoon in a Main Street courtroom, where three New Hampshire men pleaded guilty to reduced charges of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.
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