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Wayland woman allegedly broke into ice cream plant

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A Wayland woman was not looking for a sweet treat when she broke into a closed ice cream factory over the weekend, police said. Police responding to an alarm at the idle Breyer’s Ice Cream plant in Framingham on Saturday morning said they found 34-year-old Jennifer Coppell hiding on the premises with a crowbar and bolt cutters. The MetroWest Daily News reported that she was ordered held without bail on an alleged probation violation at her arraignment Monday on charges of breaking and entering, vandalizing, possession of burglary tools, and trespassing. Coppell’s lawyer said her client was simply following a Framingham man who masterminded the break-in and remains at large.

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