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Last week the Massachusetts Attorney General indicted 33 people in conjunction with a sportsbetting case that was run out of Boston and South Shore.
The investigation began in August of 2014 and a Suffolk County Grand Jury released a 122 count indictment against the defendants, which include ringleaders and conspirators who had accounts on the offshore site PerHead, which then provided services to hundreds of customers.
Those arrested in the case include John Woodman, who is thought to the crime ringleader, Frederick Stevenson who oversaw accounts, Keefe Sheppeck, who worked as an agent, Daniel Conway who was the debt collector, Travis Prescott who was the operator of the PerHead website out of Costa Rica.
Others indicted in the case were: Chris Cook, Jeffrey McArdle, Domenic Baldassari, Jr., Domenic Baldassari, III, Darren Birks, Joseph Campanella, Nicholas Clifford, Joseph Farina, Charles Feeley, James Fitzpatrick, John Lebbossiere, Daniel McCabe, John McSeveney, William Murphy, Keith O'Connell, Brian O'Connor, Edward Ordway, Darren Stratton, Joseph Tomasello, William Wilson, Sean Davidson, David Fabbri, John Favaloro, Jeremiah Hegarty, Michael Rogerson, Santos Santiago, Thu Tran and Jerome Baldner.
The case also saw police take 6 vehicles, 3 guns, and $450,000 in cash in the raid. Authorities say that the crime ring brought in more than $3 million in profits.
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