Agency owner pays off debt for stranger
BOSTON -- A convicted bank robber who says he had to panhandle to repay a debt to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has had his debt erased by a local businessman.
Dennis Paiva was ordered by a court to pay $4,000 after selling Brady's expensive flower boxes for scrap metal, mistakenly believing they'd been put behind Brady's Boston condominium as trash in May 2008.
Dan Greenwald, the owner of a Burlington ad agency, said he decided to pay the restitution after reading about ...
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