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US marshal gets full-time pay for a few hours' work

Runs errands while on duty

By Sean P. Murphy and Connie Paige
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / October 26, 2004

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It's 2:58 on a gorgeous fall afternoon, and US Marshal Anthony Dichio is 35 miles from the federal courthouse in Boston where he works. As he steers his government-issued sport utility vehicle along the leafy roadways of Westford, Dichio lazily hangs his left arm out the window. (Full article: 1289 words)

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