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Michelle Carter is taken into custody to start her 15 month sentence

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Michelle Carter is taken into custody to start her 15 month sentenceMichelle Carter, 22, was taken into custody on Monday in Massachusetts after being sentenced to 15 months in jail in 2017 for her role in the death of Conrad Roy III.
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News video: WBZ Evening Update For February 11

▶ WBZ Evening Update For February 11 02:43

Michelle Carter Begins Serving 15-Month Sentence In Texting Suicide Case; Sharon High School Teacher Charged; Plane Hits Snowbank, Slides Off NH Runway; Tuesday Evening Snow Storm.

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