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Homeless mother to plead guilty in school residency case


The lawyer for a Connecticut woman charged with enrolling her son in the wrong school district says she will be pleading guilty, the Associated Press reports. McDowell was homeless last April when she was charged with felony first-degree larceny and accused of stealing more than $15,000 worth of services from Norwalk schools. Authorities say she fraudulently enrolled her then-5-year-old son in a Norwalk school using her baby sitter’s address when her son should have attended school in Bridgeport, the location of her last permanent address…

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