Judge’s daughter at heart of state police scandal gets probation

11/17/2017  FRAMINGHAM, MA    Alli Bibaud (cq) (left) plead guilty to OUI charges from October at Framingham District Court. Her attorney Michael Wilcox (cq) stood beside her.  (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
Alli Bibaud in Framingham District Court. –Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe

FRAMINGHAM, Mass. (AP) — The judge’s daughter at the center of a report-altering scandal that led to the resignation of the two highest ranking officers with the Massachusetts State Police has been placed on probation.

Prosecutors say 31-year-old Alli Bibaud admitted Tuesday there were sufficient facts to prove a drugged driving charge. Her case was continued without a finding and she was placed on probation until Jan. 16.

The probationary terms include completion of an inpatient treatment program and entry into a sober living facility upon release. She was told to stay drug and alcohol free and ordered not to drive.


Two state troopers involved in her arrest in October alleged in lawsuits they were ordered by superiors to alter their crash report. Those superiors later retired. The lawsuits were ultimately dismissed.


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