Trial To Begin For Former State Police Union Head, Accused Of Stealing Police Union Funds

Dana Pullman, former president of the State Police Association of Massachusetts (SPAM), and former state police union lobbyist Anne Lynch will stand trial this week after being accused of pocketing hundreds of thousands of union funds for lavish dinners, personal trips and a $75,000 Chevy, as part of what investigators consider a mafioso-style conspiracy scheme.

Three years since Pullman, 61, of Worcester, was indicted in September 2019 with lobbyist Anne M. Lynch, 71 of Hull, on racketeering, fraud, obstruction of justice and tax crimes, the two will take trial this week after the Jury selection concludes on Monday, followed by opening statements.

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