Two men convicted of submitting a fraudulent claim for $2 million to the Boston Marathon bombing victims’ compensation fund will serve jail time, The New York Times reported on June 23.
Reports said Suffolk County Court Superior Judge Jeffrey Locke sentenced Dominique Grice, 28, and Branden Mattier, 23, to three years in jail for acquiring $2 million of Boston Marathon funds after filing the false claim. Grice and Mattier were also ordered to do community work for disabled individuals for 468 hours. The community work will be done every other Saturday for six hours and may include construction of ramps for the handicapped and rehabilitation center assistance, Judge Locke said.
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