Worcester Jury Finds Julia Enright Guilty Of Second-Degree Murder

By Alberta Davis - Julia Enright 24, of Ashburnham, who was charged in connection with the death of Brandon Chicklis has been found guilty second-degree murder. After a ten day trial with 240 exhibits and more than 45 witnesses, a jury at the Worcester County Superior Court deliberated before reaching a verdict of guilty on … Continue reading Worcester Jury Finds Julia Enright Guilty Of Second-Degree Murder

Massachusetts State Police Investigating Sexual Assault At Middlesex Fells Reservation

By Muhammad Shakib - Massachusetts State Police is investigating a sexual assault and assault and battery that occurred at approximately 8 a.m. today near South Border Road in Winchester in the Middlesex Fells Reservation. The victim has been identified as a 48-year-old female. She was taken to a Boston area hospital to be treated and … Continue reading Massachusetts State Police Investigating Sexual Assault At Middlesex Fells Reservation

State Police Arrest Man In Brockton With Loaded Firearm And Narcotics

By James Doyal -  Earlier tonight at approximately 8:00 p.mTroopers assigned to the State Police Troop D Community Action Team while on patrol in Brockton observed a vehicle with defective brake lights traveling in the area of Battles Street where troopers initiated a motor vehicle stop. Troopers approached the vehicle which was occupied by three … Continue reading State Police Arrest Man In Brockton With Loaded Firearm And Narcotics

Homicide Fugitive From Corpus Christi, Texas Arrested In Waltham

By Tiffany Williams - Tuesday morning the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section (VFAS), along with US Marshals task forces from Rhode Island and Massachusetts, and Waltham Police apprehended Eugene Reid, 40, a homicide fugitive from Corpus Christi, Texas. Earlier this year, on May 13, 2021 officers with the Corpus Christi, Texas police department … Continue reading Homicide Fugitive From Corpus Christi, Texas Arrested In Waltham

Governor Charlie Baker Nominates Milford Lawyer As Associate Justice Of The District Court

By Jeff Bailey – Governor Charlie Baker has nominated Attorney Pacifico M. DeCapua, Jr. as Associate Justice of the District Court. Attorney DeCapua received his Bachelor’s degree from Trinity College in 1987 and his Juris Doctorate from Georgetown University Law School in 1990. Attorney DeCapua began his legal career in 1990 when he opened his … Continue reading Governor Charlie Baker Nominates Milford Lawyer As Associate Justice Of The District Court

Boston Police Recover Loaded Firearm During Traffic Stop In Roxbury

By Elaine Cohen - Tonight, officers with the Boston Police Youth Violence Strike Force made a traffic stop in the area of 980 Harrison Avenue in Roxbury. The reason for the traffic stop was for equipment violation and after making the traffic stop, officers became aware that the vehicle’s registration had expired. The operator of … Continue reading Boston Police Recover Loaded Firearm During Traffic Stop In Roxbury

Massachusetts State Police 86th Recruit Training Troop Graduation

By Tiffany Williams - Thursday morning, 168 trainees of the Massachusetts State Police 86th Recruit Training Troop graduated in a ceremony at the DCU Center in Worcester. The ceremony marks the conclusion of training for this Recruit Training Troop at the Massachusetts State Police Academy in New Braintree. Friday, these new State Troopers will report … Continue reading Massachusetts State Police 86th Recruit Training Troop Graduation

Boston Police Make Firearm Arrest On MLK Boulevard In Roxbury

By Muhammad Shakib - This morning at about 10:05 a.m., officers with the Boston Police responding to a call for a person with a gun in the area of 300 Martin Luther King Boulevard in Roxbury. When officers arrived in the area they observed Tyrell Williams, 25, of Dorchester walking in the area and approached … Continue reading Boston Police Make Firearm Arrest On MLK Boulevard In Roxbury

Officers Recover Glock 9mm During Traffic Stop

By Muhammad Shakib - Tonight at about 9:14 p.m., officers the Boston Police Department on patrol observed a vehicle with excessive window tint. After running a CJIS of the vehicle officers became aware that the vehicle also had a revoked registration.  Officers conducted a motor vehicle stop at Norfolk Street and Talbot Ave. The operator … Continue reading Officers Recover Glock 9mm During Traffic Stop

Officers Recover Firearm During Traffic Stop On Maywood Street In Boston

By Nicholas Collins - At approximately 2:30 a.m. on this morning, Boston Police officers on patrol in the area of Warren Street observed a vehicle with excessive window tint. Officers conducted a traffic stop in the area of 24 Maywood Street. The operator of the vehicle was identified as Taezhon Monteiro, 20, of Quincy, Ma. … Continue reading Officers Recover Firearm During Traffic Stop On Maywood Street In Boston

After Lengthy Standoff Boston Police SWAT Apprehend Violent Fugitive

By Eryk Castro - Early this morning at about 9:41 a.m., officers with the Boston Police working a paid detail near Harrison Ave and Randolph Street observed Ernest Fields, 37, of Mattapan walking in the area of the Pine Street Inn. These officers were familiar with who Fields was and were also aware that Fields … Continue reading After Lengthy Standoff Boston Police SWAT Apprehend Violent Fugitive

Governor Baker Nominates Judge Catherine H. Ham As Associate Justice Of The Superior Court

By Kasib Shah - Today, Governor Charlie Baker nominated Judge Catherine H. Ham of the Boston Municipal Court as Associate Justice of the Superior Court. Judge Ham who has more than 15 years of legal experience began her legal career in 2004 as a staff attorney for the Legal Assistance Corporation of Central Massachusetts’ Benefits … Continue reading Governor Baker Nominates Judge Catherine H. Ham As Associate Justice Of The Superior Court

Former New Bedford Police Officer Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud

By Elaine Cohen - Today, former New Bedford Police officer and Union Treasurer, Joshua Fernandes, 41, of New Bedford, pleaded guilty to one count of wire fraud. By pleading guilty, Fernandes admitted to abusing his position as Union Treasurer by using nearly $50,000 in union funds to pay for personal expenses including vacations, family outings, … Continue reading Former New Bedford Police Officer Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud

Dominican National Sentenced To 4 Year For Illegal Reentry And Money Laundering

By Oscar Mercado - On Tuesday at the United States District Court in Boston, Rafael Pascal, 57, a Dominican national was sentenced by U.S. District Court Chief Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV to four years in prison. On July 12, 2019, Pascal pleaded guilty to illegal reentry of a deported alien and money laundering conspiracy. … Continue reading Dominican National Sentenced To 4 Year For Illegal Reentry And Money Laundering

Dominican National Sentenced To 2 Years For Possession Of Fentanyl

By Elaine Cohen - Esteban Nivar Araujo, 39, a Dominican national was sentenced today by U.S. District Court Judge Indira Talwani to two years in prison and two years of supervised release. On May 13, 2021, Nivar Araujo pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to distribute 40 grams or more of fentanyl. … Continue reading Dominican National Sentenced To 2 Years For Possession Of Fentanyl

Brockton Police Respond To Double Stabbing On Ash Street

By Tammie Mitchell - Just before midnight Sunday, officers with the Brockton Police Department responded to a report of a stabbing in the area of 374 Ash Street. Upon arrival officers located a juvenile female and an adult male who were both stabbed. Both were taken to an area hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. The adult … Continue reading Brockton Police Respond To Double Stabbing On Ash Street

Boston Police Make Firearm Arrest On Homestead Street

By Naomi Solis - Early Sunday morning at approximately 2:03 a.m., officers with the Boston Police Department assigned to District B-2 responded to a call for a fight in the area of 60 Homestead Street in Roxbury. Upon arrival, officers observed a group of individuals arguing in front of the residence. As these individuals saw … Continue reading Boston Police Make Firearm Arrest On Homestead Street

Suspect Arrested In Dudley Street Shooting

By Tammie Mitchell - Early Saturday morning at approximately 12:05 AM, officers with the Boston Police Department assigned to the Youth Violence Strike Force and District B2 responded to a Shot Spotter Activation in the area of 622 Dudley Street.  Upon arrival, officers located an adult male suffering from apparent gunshot wounds. Detectives from B2 … Continue reading Suspect Arrested In Dudley Street Shooting

2 Brooklyn Men Charged In Vermont With Distribution Of Cocaine

By Michael Thomas - Today at the U.S. District Court in Burlington, Vermont Tyrish Stevenson, also known as “Skip,” 47, and Christopher Rivers, also known as “Q,” 27, both of Brooklyn, NY were arraigned on a two-count indictment charging them with the distribution of cocaine base. The Burlington Police Department, with the assistance of the … Continue reading 2 Brooklyn Men Charged In Vermont With Distribution Of Cocaine

John Wilson And Gamal Abdelaziz Found Guilty In College Admissions Scandal

By Jeff Bryant - Today, at the United States District Court in Boston a federal jury convicted John Wilson, 62, of Lynnfield, MA. and Gamal Abdelaziz, 64, of Las Vegas of one count of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and honest services mail and wire fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit … Continue reading John Wilson And Gamal Abdelaziz Found Guilty In College Admissions Scandal

Brockton High School Student Brings Gun To School

By Pauline Evans - Brockton Police Department is investigating an incident involving a student who brought a gun into Brockton High School on Friday morning. The student approached a member of the school staff and informed that staff person that they had a gun.  The school was placed in a lockdown status and a protective … Continue reading Brockton High School Student Brings Gun To School

Two Shot In Brockton, Including A Police Officer

By Josephine Turco - Earlier tonight Brockton Police responded to the area of Taber Ave for a report of shots fired. What we know right now is that two individuals have been shot. One of these individuals is a police officer with the Brockton Police Department. The officer was taken to Boston Medical Center with … Continue reading Two Shot In Brockton, Including A Police Officer

Hudson, NH Woman Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud

By Josephine Turco - Today at the U.S. District Court in Concord, N.H., Jane B. Smith, 65, of Hudson, NH. pleaded guilty in federal court to attempted wire fraud and making false statements. In 1993, Smith began receiving Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) payments. On of the conditions to receiving SSDI, Smith was required to … Continue reading Hudson, NH Woman Pleads Guilty To Wire Fraud