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Thieving Times
A nanny accused of stealing from a Rye, (NH) couple that hired her to care for their children pleaded not guilty Wednesday and remains free on $5,000 personal recognizance bail. Susanne Swanson, 35, who cites a Westminster, Mass., post office box as her new address, was arraigned Wednesday on a felony count of theft from a building. The charge alleges she stole cash, jewelry and narcotics from the couple on Nov. 18, her first day on the job. (She arrived acting erratically and you still left your children with her?)

A Pembroke woman who stole several thousand dollars worth of jewelry from a Marshfield home where she was working as a nanny admitted to one charge of larceny last week in Plymouth District Court. Jennifer M. Fiori, 23, of Yale Street was sentenced to two years of probation on the charge and was ordered to pay yet-to-be-determined restitution to the jewelry owners as well as two jewelry stores where she sold some of the items.

A nanny has been arrested after she stole an ATM personal identification number and card, made $3,900 in fraudulent withdrawals, stole vitamins and a Louis Vuitton wallet from the Centre Island family she worked for, police said

Sad News
A man accused of killing his daughter and her baby sitter last week was barred by Family Court from any contact with his wife in December after an argument in her home, authorities said Tuesday.

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