Winchester Theft Could Close Schools

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\"winchesterThere\’s a lot more to the story of Henry Centralla, whose alleged theft of more than $2 million has led to possible closure of Winchester schools.

Police say the former finance director was an out-of-control gambler who led a double life in Florida financed by money he stole from the town of Winchester.

Kathy Megan takes a close look at what might happen to Winchester schools.

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