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Woman again nabbed in converter thefts

A New Bedford woman who was arrested last month on charges of stealing catalytic converters from cars was arrested again Wednesday afternoon, the MBTA said yesterday. Tina Fager was arrested on Interstate 95 South at Exit 3 in Attleboro on charges of stealing catalytic converters from cars in the Sharon MBTA station lot and the Attleboro station lot, the MBTA said. Fager had been arrested Jan. 23 with her husband, Dennis Fager, on charges of stealing catalytic converters from cars at the Hanson commuter rail lot. She and her husband were to return to Plymouth District Court yesterday for a hearing on those charges. Also arrested Wednesday was a third person, Jamie Neto.

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