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Charges dismissed against former Newtown man accused of stealing from employer

Charges have been dismissed against a former Newtown man accused of stealing from his former employer.  The judge dropped the case yesterday against Kyle Lyddy, who  confessed to stealing $135,000 from a marketing company in Norwalk.  The 34-year old successfully completed a court diversionary program for first time offenders and paid restitution to Match Marketing Group.  Lyddy pleaded guilty last year to a felony charge of first-degree larceny.  Two other employees were caught up in the theft of nearly half a million dollars. Lyddy resigned as campaign manager for independent gubernatorial candidate Oz Griebel and from the Sandy Hook Permanent Memorial Commission.

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