CRIME & SAFETY
Marshfield police officer injured after woman attacks him with statue after being tased
Multiple officers were injured, and a woman was arrested after an incident this week in Massachusetts. According to Lt. Shaw, on Monday, just after 7:45 p.m., Marshfield Police received a call to perform a wellbeing check on 42-year-old Gina Martell of Ocean Street in Marshfield. Martell has an extensive history,...
Brockton police: Woman charged with drunk driving after crashing into occupied house
BROCKTON — An intoxicated driver plowed into the front of a Brockton house last night, causing significant damage to the front of the home, according to Brockton Fire Chief Brian Nardelli and Brockton Police spokesperson Darren Duarte. At around 10:09 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21, a Honda Civic traveling...
Police Log 02/21/24
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A love triangle, a shooting, and an arrest in Quincy's Wollaston neighborhood
QUINCY − A Lowell man has pleaded not guilty to assault to murder after a shooting in Wollaston. Daniel Rivera, 34, faced five felony charges Tuesday at Quincy District Court. Judge Mark S. Coven ordered the defendant to be held in custody pending a dangerousness hearing scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 27.
Boston and Brockton Police, with DEA, Arrest Randolph Man for Drug and Weapon Charges
Boston's streets just got a little cleaner, thanks to a joint drug bust by the Boston Police, Brockton Police, and the DEA that snatched a Randolph man, along with a stash of drugs worth thousands. The arrest occurred on Tuesday after an extended investigation carried out by law enforcement agencies, sweeping through Hyde Park and Brockton in a series of coordinated maneuvers, the Boston Police Department reports.
‘We’re outmatched’: Brockton teacher says violence, fights between students is getting worse
The math and computer science teacher with 22 years of experience at Brockton High said the level of violence among students has progressively gotten worse over the last decade.
Walpole police seek help identifying 2 women amid investigation
Police in Walpole are asking the public for help identifying two women amid an ongoing investigation, officials announced Monday.
LIVE: ‘He took her life in rage,’ prosecutor says during closing arguments in Adam Montgomery trial
Montgomery is accused of killing his 5-year-old daughter, Harmony, in December 2019.
Swansea attempted armed robbery suspect held without bail
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — One of two suspects in a brazen armed robbery attempt remains at large, and the other faced a judge in Providence Tuesday. Giovany Fouyolle, 29, of Randolph, was in Providence District Court where he was ordered held without bail for his alleged involvement in the incident.
‘Wing was destroyed’: Boston flight diverted after plane damage discovered mid-air
Passengers on a Boston-bound flight were happy to be on the ground Tuesday morning after the wing of their plane started “coming apart."
Mass. robbery suspects fight store clerk for access to cash register
BOSTON — Police in Boston's Hyde Park neighborhood are seeking the public’s help identifying two men after two unarmed robbery incidents on Monday night in the area of River Street and Hyde Park Avenue. Surveillance video from the Hyde Park Market on River Street shows two men enter...
Teen accused of violent attack of BPS principal was committed on Tuesday.
The Boston Globe is reporting that the teenager who was accused of a violent attack on a Boston Public School principal back in 2021 was committed to the hospital Tuesday morning shortly after arriving to court for a competency hearing. Laurette LeRouge is accused of assaulting the principal of the...
Boston Feb 19 Weekly Crime Report: 58 Incidents and 43 Crime Stories
Boston Feb 19 Weekly Crime Report: 58 Incidents and 43 Crime Stories. During the last week, a total of 58 crime cases were reported in Boston. The most common type of crime was Theft, accounting for 16 cases, followed by Assault with 13 cases. Other types of crimes, which included a variety of offenses such as Harassment, Violation of Auto Law, and Threats to Do Bodily Harm, amounted to 10 cases. Vandalism and Arrests were also reported, with 7 and 6 cases respectively. Burglary, Shooting, and Trespass registered lower numbers, with 3, 2, and 1 cases respectively. The data shows a concerning level of criminal activity in the place, highlighting the need for increased vigilance and law enforcement intervention.
Victim hospitalized after daytime stabbing at Dorchester fast food restaurant
Authorities are investigating a stabbing at a popular fast food restaurant in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood.