CIE employee Marybell Serrano, left, and school owner Karyn Vidal toast drinks together at Havana 1957 on Lincoln Road in this 2013 Facebook photo. The pair, who are accused of falsifying records, have known each other for at least 19 years.
CIE employee Marybell Serrano, left, and school owner Karyn Vidal toast drinks together at Havana 1957 on Lincoln Road in this 2013 Facebook photo. The pair, who are accused of falsifying records, have known each other for at least 19 years. Facebook
CIE employee Marybell Serrano, left, and school owner Karyn Vidal toast drinks together at Havana 1957 on Lincoln Road in this 2013 Facebook photo. The pair, who are accused of falsifying records, have known each other for at least 19 years. Facebook

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