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Former Romney aide faces no charges

DA clears him of imitating trooper

Jay Garrity quit Romney's campaign in July 2007. Jay Garrity quit Romney's campaign in July 2007.
By Peter J. Howe
Globe Staff / February 7, 2008

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Jay Garrity, the former operations director for Mitt Romney's presidential campaign who resigned in July amid allegations he repeatedly impersonated police officers, will not be charged in connection with a phone call to a Wilmington sewer-cleaning company from someone calling himself a state trooper. (Full article: 589 words)

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