Not Guilty Plea In Fraud Case

Mansfield developer Michael David Scott pleaded not guilty yesterday in US District Court in Boston to federal charges related to an alleged mortgage fraud scheme involving about three dozen condominiums in Dorchester and Roxbury.
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