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Coke, 'Shrooms, Cash: 3 Busted In Milford After Police Respond To Home Invasion Call
A call for a possible home invasion in Worcester County led police to arrest three people on drug charges, authorities said Wednesday, Sept. 27.
Izaiah Roberts, of Boston, Candelario Espino, of Roslindale, and a third unnamed suspect face multiple felony charges following their arrest Tuesday night, Milford police said.
Officers were called to Shadowbrook Condominiums on Shadowbrook Lane in Milford around 9:15 p.m. to reports that men were breaking into a home there, Milford police said.
Police arrived in under three minutes and found the trio, along with 58 gra…
2 Charged With Killing Grandfather of 9 During Fitchburg Home Invasion: DA
Two Worcester County men have been indicted on charges of breaking into a 62-year-old's home on July 28 and fatally shooting him, officials said.
Thomas E. Martin, 45, of Fitchburg, and Christian Collins, 37, of Worcester, face charges of murder, home invasion, armed assault in a dwelling, assault with a dangerous weapon, and possession of a firearm without an FID card, the Worcester County District Attorney's Office said.
Police were called to Michael Parks' Fitchburg home on Marshall Street just before 9:30 p.m. to reports of gunshots. They found Parks bleeding from …
Man Used Kids Toys, Disney Items, Halloween Decorations To Smuggle Drugs Into Mass: Feds
A Rhode Island man who pleaded guilty to his role in a conspiracy to move methamphetamines throughout the United States using children's toys and other seemingly mundane items was sentenced to seven years in prison on Tuesday, Sept. 19, authorities said.
Nathan Boddie, 38, of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, admitted that he and two others began smuggling methamphetamines, fentanyl, and cocaine from Arizona into Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and elsewhere in April 2022, the US Attorney for Massachusetts said.
They accomplished this by hiding the drugs inside children's toys, Halloween de…
Man Who Died At Gillette Stadium Had Medical Issue, No Traumatic Injury: DA
An initial autopsy found that Dale Mooney, the man who died after a fight in the stands of a New England Patriots game at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, Sept. 17, suffered from an undisclosed medical issue and was not severely injured from the brawl, the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office said Wednesday, Sept. 20.
The Office of Chief Medical Examiner will perform further testing to determine the cause and manner of Mooney's death, authorities said.
Mooney, 53, of Newmarket, New Hampshire, was a 30-year season ticket holder for the New England Patriots and was sitting wi…