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Park Superintendent Pleads Guilty in Rumford 

The former parks superintendent in Rumford has pleaded guilty in a Maine court to charges he sold a piece of town equipment and kept the money.Fifty-three-year-old Timothy Gallant of Roxbury acknowledged he sold a mechanical turf aerator in July 2007 after the town had bought a new aerator.Oxford County prosecutors say Rumford Town Manager Carlo Puiia noticed the discrepancy when looking through town records and referred the case to Rumford police.In court on Wednesday, Gallant was required to pay the town $3,500 in restitution and pay $20 a month for a year.If Gallant meets the court’s conditions, the charges against him will reportedly be reduced. If he violates the conditions, he could get five years in prison.(Associated Press)