A former Massachusetts real estate attorney who allegedly stole more than $2 million from mortgage lenders through false mortgage applications and documents has been indicted by a grand jury for larceny and making false statements.

The grand jury in Middlesex County, Mass., charged Kevin Carey, a 48-year-old Middleboro, Mass., man who was formerly a real estate lawyer in Somerville and Medford, Mass., with eight counts of larceny of more than $250 and seven counts of willfully making a false statement regarding financial condition or assets.

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