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Andover man accused of collecting unemployment while working

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Timonthy Thompson

HARTFORD – An Andover man was arrested Friday and charged with larceny and fraud after collecting  over $8,000 in unemployment compensation while he was working as an electrician.

Timothy C. Thompson, 52, was accused of collecting nearly $8,616 in benefits from January 2012 until August of 2013.

Thompson was released on a $10,000 bail and is duein New Britain Superior Court on Thursday.

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