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Crime History: Folk singer busted for taking immoral liberties with girl

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On this day, March 26, in 1970, Peter Yarrow, of the folk-singing trio Peter, Paul and Mary, pleaded guilty to taking immoral liberties with the 14-year-old president of his fan club in the District. The incident occurred in 1969 while the trio was on tour, performing hits like "Puff, the Magic Dragon" and "Leaving on a Jet Plane." Two sisters, ages 14 and 17, went to Yarrow's room at the...

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