A Watertown developer who skipped town after his securities-fraud conviction traded time behind bars for life in Puerto Rico, where he was arrested Friday night, according to officials.
The arrest by US marshals ended a months-long flight for Robert H. Bray, 79, whose 2016 conviction for insider trading came after decades of working in local real estate development, including renovations of labs and other buildings at Harvard University.
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