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Winslow, Maine

Woman indicted over embezzlement

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A Winslow woman has been indicted on charges of bilking two youth sports teams. Wendi Willette, 41, had pleaded not guilty in November to charges of stealing more than $10,000 from the Winslow High School Wrestling Booster Club during nearly three years starting in 2010 while she served as treasurer. The indictment filed Friday also accuses her of embezzling from the China Girls Field Hockey Team in September. Willette said Saturday that she had no comment on the additional charge. Town officials released a statement in November saying Willette was no longer involved with the field hockey program. (AP)

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