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Convict returned to facility

Involved in plot that led to death of police officer

By Lisa Fleisher
Globe Correspondent / July 22, 2005

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Thomas A. Shay, one of two men convicted of killing a Boston police officer in 1991 by planting a bomb in a Roslindale driveway, was ordered yesterday to return to the halfway house he fled in May and spend an additional year on supervised release after he lied to his probation officer about being in a mental health facility. (Full article: 592 words)

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