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Government can sell Worcester restaurants connected to drug scheme

A federal judge has allowed the government to take control of and sell properties - including the Chameleon and Blackstone Tap buildings in Worcester - owned by Kevin Perry, Jr. a former restaurateur and businessman set to serve at least 14 years in prison for drug and money laundering offenses 
U.S. District Judge Timothy Hillman’s Friday ruling allows the government to take control of and sell 12 properties, including the Chameleon bui ...

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