| | Food Pantry Director, Wife Accused of Stealing From Massachusetts Supermarket
RANDOLPH, Mass. — The executive director of a Boston-area food pantry and his wife have been charged with shoplifting from a supermarket.
Ronald DiGuilio, executive director of the Randolph Community Food Pantry, and his wife, Rita, pleaded not guilty to the charge Tuesday at their arraignment in Quincy District Court. The case was continued until June 18.
The DiGuilios were arrested Monday night for allegedly stealing food and other merchandise from a Shaw's Supermarket in Randolph. They must not know that most of us get paid to buy stuff at the grocery store!! Why doesn't everyone use coupons? I don't get it.
I laugh when I hear someone say "Do you really save that much with coupons?" Ha ha ha! I pity them.
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