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Kingston teen pleads not guilty in cemetery vandalism case

3 other juveniles accused in spree on Veterans Day

Glenn Cadose, 17, posted bail after the hearing and was released, pending a Dec. 11 pretrial hearing. Glenn Cadose, 17, posted bail after the hearing and was released, pending a Dec. 11 pretrial hearing. (Gregg Derr/ Pool)
By Brian R. Ballou
Globe Staff / November 17, 2009

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PLYMOUTH - A Kingston teen who with three youths is accused of toppling 91 gravestones and a large concrete Veterans of Foreign Wars memorial in Kingston on Veterans Day pleaded not guilty yesterday in Plymouth District Court on dozens of vandalism charges. (Full article: 565 words)

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