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A Lancaster man charged with securities fraud after fleecing a St. Johnsbury man out of nearly $25,000 through a fraudulent investment scheme is required to pay the victim back.

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The Littleton man charged last year with providing electrician services without a state license and, according to the homeowner, doing sub-par work that required nearly $2,000 to correct, has been sentenced and ordered to pay restitution.

• Your home has been burglarized. The police caught the burglar. He is willing to make restitution for the things he stole to support his drug habit as soon as he can leave jail and find a job. But first, a judge must sentence him and order restitution.