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Tony Costa, associate of former Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia, avoids prison time in federal extortion case

Tony Costa, an associate of former Fall River Mayor Jasiel Correia, avoided prison time after pleading guilty to extortion, conspiracy and making false statements. Costa, 52, of Fall River, was sentenced Monday in Boston federal court to three years of probation, including 15 months in home confinement with electronic monitoring. He also was ordered to complete 100 hours of community service to the Bristol County city, pay a $10,000 fine and forfeit $107,550.
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Jasiel Correia co-conspirator Tony Costa sentenced

Happy Tuesday, everyone! And of course, happy National Waffle Iron Day, a holiday everyone loves to celebrate each year of course. Not really sure why the day celebrates the waffle iron and not the products of those marvelous devices, but whatever. The result is the same. The first of Jasiel...
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Jasiel Correia co-conspirator Tony Costa set to be sentenced

We’ve got a dilemma here, folks. Today is National Apple Strudel Day. Yet it’s also National Eat Your Vegetables Day. Now, clearly we can’t do both. What to do, what to do... Tony Costa, a co-conspirator of convicted ex-mayor Jasiel Correia II, is due for sentencing and will face U.S....
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How I discovered my babysitter Tony Costa was a serial killer

Liza Rodman hadn’t thought about Tony Costa in three decades when, in 2005, she had a nightmare about him. Tony had been her favorite babysitter when she was a kid in Cape Cod in the 1960s — handsome, charming, fun. But in her dream, he pushed her up against the wall of a long hallway and held a gun to her head.
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In new memoir, local serial killer Tony Costa babysat two youngsters

PROVINCETOWN — In the 1960s, Liza Rodman’s mother had a knack for finding babysitters. During the day, her mother worked at a motel, and on most nights she went out dancing at bars. They were summer residents then, with a permanent home in West Bridgewater. Rodman was 7 at the time, and her sister two years younger.
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In new memoir, local serial killer Tony Costa babysat two youngsters

PROVINCETOWN — In the 1960s, Liza Rodman’s mother had a knack for finding babysitters. During the day, her mother worked at a motel, and on most nights she went out dancing at bars. They were summer residents then, with a permanent home in West Bridgewater. Rodman was seven at the time, and her sister two years younger.
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