A man and a woman from the South Shore pleaded not guilty to collecting unemployment benefits while they held down full-time jobs.
Gary Alvarado of Brockton and Zelda Williams of Randolph are accused of collecting $53,000 combined.
Attorney General Martha Coakley’s office says the pair also took home $35,000 each from their jobs.
They’re due back in court September 25th.
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