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Weymouth woman charged with driving without ignition interlock

Police say a Weymouth woman was caught driving without a device that she was required to have installed in her car after being charged with second-offense drunken driving last year.

 

Jane M. Holbrook, 56, of 111 Green St., Weymouth, was arraigned Monday on charges of violating crosswalk laws and driving without an interlock ignition device, a felony that can carry a prison sentence of up to five years. She is due back in court Nov. 10.