Jonathan Hall, WHDH-TV
BOSTON, Mass. (WHDH) - Stephen Doran, a former Massachusetts State representative and math tutor, has been charged with dealing drugs.
Investigators say Doran was dealing methamphetamine, and they say he received a big shipment at the school where he tutored.
Doran, 57, was just 23 in 1980 when he began seven terms at the State House, representing Lexington and Lincoln.
Doran left politics to be a vice president at a major Boston bank; a past some neighbors didn't even know about.
"If he has these other kind of jobs, he's obviously had some problems in his life," said John Miles, a neighbor.
A state trooper's report says police found drugs were being mailed to Doran at the middle school where he worked.
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