From today’s Herald:
Cambridge City Councilor Anthony Galluccio…, 38, was just 17 when he was busted in Cambridge for OUI and put on probation for a year. Then in 1985, he got a three-month suspended jail sentence, another year of probation and was fined $150 for receiving stolen property valued at less than $100. A source said the charges stemmed from Galluccioâs theft of a leather jacket from a Harvard student during a fight.
The Herald article reports that Galluccio received a pardon for these offenses in 1993 from then-Gov. Bill Weld. Galluccio apparently refused to comment to the Herald on the pardon, instead releasing a written statement apologizing to the other drivers involved in the December 2005 accident.