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Mom admits stealing recovery money from son burned by boyfriend

A St. Paul mother has pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from her son, who was burned over most of his body by his mother's boyfriend. The mom apparently gambled away part of the money, which was donated to help the boy with his recovery.
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A St. Paul mother has pleaded guilty to stealing thousands of dollars from her son, who was burned over most of his body by his mother's boyfriend. The mom apparently gambled away part of the money, which was donated to help the boy with his recovery.

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