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Mass. Social Worker Pleads Not Guilty to Pointing Gun At Couple

49-year-old Marc Beaulieu entered the plea Tuesday in Brentwood to charges of reckless conduct and endangering the welfare of a child

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    On June 28, a grand jury found Dominic Badaracco Sr., 77, of Sherman, guilty of one count of bribery. Now he has been sentenced.

    A Massachusetts Department of Children and Families employee accused of pointing a loaded gun at a couple in a New Hampshire road-rage incident has pleaded not guilty. 

    The Portsmouth Herald (http://bit.ly/29yNdi4 ) reports that 49-year-old Marc Beaulieu entered the plea Tuesday in Brentwood to charges of reckless conduct and endangering the welfare of a child. His next court date wasn't immediately available.

    Police say the Fremont man rear-ended the couple who said he then drove past them and pointed a gun at them on May 21 in Stratham. Police say a handgun was recovered from Beaulieu's car.

    Court records say Beaulieu has been employed at the Massachusetts agency for more than 19 years.


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