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Natick man says parents knew of his drug business

Mother, stepfather deny allegation; both are lawyers

Jonathon Cook, 20, was arraigned Tuesday on drug and weapons charges in Natick. He was arrested Friday. Jonathon Cook, 20, was arraigned Tuesday on drug and weapons charges in Natick. He was arrested Friday. (Ken Mcgagh/Metrowest Daily News via Ap)
By Erica Noonan and Matt Rocheleau
Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent / August 20, 2009

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NATICK - A 20-year-old Natick man accused of dealing marijuana out of his home told police his mother and stepfather, both prominent lawyers, knew about his drug business and failed to stop it, according to court documents. (Full article: 688 words)

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