LITTLETON — A day after the town manager was the target of a personal attack, a Littleton woman visited the police station to say she was the one who took a photograph of the manager that was on the cover of the Littleton Record, wrote a “homophobic derogatory remark” over his face, and slipped it into the town drop box, Littleton police officials said Monday. In response, Town Manager Jim Gleason has taken out a restraining order against Jean Chouinard, 73. Gleason said Chouinard was the Littleton resident who, in October, visited the town office and told him that his late son, Patrick, who was gay and who died of cancer in 2016, was in hell with the devil where he belongs, words that Gleason said were also heard by several town employees. Gleason received the mailing on Friday morning. On Saturday morning, Chouinard came to the police station.
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