It isn’t every father who has prayed for the capture of their daughter’s husband, but Barry Vandeberghe of Franklin hopes Tuesday’s capture of failed financier and fugitive Jeff Cassman can lead to a reunion with his estranged daughter Sara and the 10 children she bore for Cassman.
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