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Health aide allegedly stole nearly $400,000 in assets

Her lawyer says they were gifts

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / August 11, 2006

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MARBLEHEAD -- Peggy Sanchez, a home health aide, took good care of Frank McCarthy, a wealthy investor who lives alone in a sprawling three-story house high on a sloping lawn in an exclusive section of Marblehead. On that, both sides agree. She drove him to lunches with his friends, helped him with chores around the house, and ran his errands ... (Full article: 880 words)

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