Alli Bibaud, the daughter of a Dudley District Court judge, pleaded guilty yesterday to drunken driving, but a similar drug charge could be dropped because records tied to that count are part of the Troopergate scandal, according to a lawyer involved in the controversy. Bibaud’s operating under the influence of drugs case was pushed back to Jan. 12. She was charged with multiple offenses after her arrest Oct. 16 following a crash on Interstate 190 in Worcester.
Someone in the Worcester DA’s office communicated with former state police Col. Richard McKeon “early on” about the arrest of a judge’s daughter by state troopers, a government official told the Herald. “There was communication between both the Worcester District Attorney’s Office and McKeon on the Alli Bibaud case,” the official said yesterday.
Alli Bibaud, the judge's daughter whose arrest has been at the center of the Troopergate scandal that's engulfed the Massachusetts State Police, was sentenced to 14 months of probation today after pleading guilty to drunk driving and various other charges. Bibaud, 30, did not address a gaggle of reporters as she left Framingham District Court, where she's due back in January on a pending charge of driving under the influence of drugs stemming from her Oct. 16 arrest.
Judge's daughter at center of #Troopergate pleaded guilty to drunk driving. "Our deposition to the court ... was aimed at making sure that she gets the care that she needs. It's not about the state police." https://t.co/kfNRcHRnJR
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