Charges in contribution scheme

AP reports on the latest case involving alleged reimbursed contributions.

In a statement, Martin Raffol, 54, of Natick appeared to admit the charges leveled by U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz. They included one count of scheming to conceal material information from the Federal Election Commission and witness tampering.

Raffol had been executive vice president of Winn Residential Co.

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