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On Monday, March 4, a Suffolk Superior Court jury convicted a former Boston, Mass. bus driver of lying to police about an armed robbery that allegedly transpired during her shift over five years ago.

Nancy L. Parker, 54, told Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) police that a gun-toting assailant boarded her inbound Route 111 bus in Chelsea on the afternoon of Oct. 2, 2007. Parker relayed quite an ordeal, saying the passenger shot at her multiple times, demanded money, and pushed her to the ground before eventually fleeing the bus.

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