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RI sober house worker and client arrested for B&E

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Dee DeQuattro

ddequattro@abc6.com

A coordinator at Rhode Island Blessing Way, a local sober house, was arrested in North Attleboro after she allegedly drove a client to a home where the client committed a breaking and entering.

The coordinator, 50-year-old Julie Kelly, says she was fooled by the client, 48-year-old Patricia Lallier, who had just been released from prison days earlier. Kelly says she had no idea Lallier was committing a crime and that as part of her job she often drives clients around.

On the other hand, prosecutors say that Lallier admitted to the break-in at 82 Cumberland Ave in North Attleboro, and says she stole a credit card that she later used at Stop and Shop. Lallier claims Kelly was aware that she was breaking into the residence.

Lallier, who has previously been charged with breaking and entering, has been held on $15,000 bail. Kelly is being held on $10,000 cash bail.

In an unrelated matter Kelly has pending larceny charges in Taunton District Court.

Both women have criminal records and have served time at the Rhode Island ACI.

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