Nashua check-fraud case settled ahead of trial

Local woman pleads guilty, agrees to get treatment

NASHUA – As long as she makes financial restitution to a credit union, stays away from Bob’s stores and continues her mental health treatment, Nashua resident Kristina MacKenzie will avoid jail time in her 2015 check-fraud case.

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