For 30 years, the parents of 14-year-old Claire Hough thought they knew who her killer was, and said they were surprised to find out that police had a different suspect in mind.
Prosecutors say Robel Phillipos lied to the FBI about being in Tsarnaev’s dorm room three days after the bombing, when two other friends removed a backpack containing fireworks and other potential evidence.
According to police, an 18-year-old girl reported she was sexually assaulted by a fellow student in a dormitory Tuesday night.
Three people have been charged with allegedly taking young women from Massachusetts to Rhode Island with the intent of forcing them to participate in commercial sexual activity.
Papadjiby Ba, 21, is accused of holding a gun to the head of an employee at Homefries Restaurant back in July and forcing her to the ground.
Quiton Chapple, 30, was arrested after police found him smashing through the front door of the Family Dollar on Purchase Street.
A student opened fire Friday in a high school cafeteria north of Seattle, killing at least one person and shooting several others in the head, officials said.
Incident started with a 911 caller reporting an ex-boyfriend breaking into a woman’s apartment.
UMass Dartmouth Police are investigating after a student was stabbed during an altercation in his Cedar Dell apartment.
A retired San Diego police criminalist apparently killed himself after being linked to the murder of a 14-year-old Cranston girl three decades ago.
An eyewitness in Texas tells Target 12 an off-duty Providence police officer threatened a spa employee.
Police and seized 15 pounds of marijuana, 300 grams of cocaine, 119 grams of crack cocaine, 138 grams of hashish oil, 2 grams of Molly, and $14,707 in cash.
Cambridge resident Robel Phillipos is charged with lying to the FBI about the deadly bombing.
Richard Baccari and his company, Churchill & Banks, are charged with bribery and conspiracy for allegedly paying a $50,000 bribe to several councilmen to get approval for a zoning change to build a supermarket.
The attorney general’s office says 21 suspects from Rhode Island and Massachusetts face felony drug charges related to a cocaine-distribution ring.
Police say a pair of thieves are impersonating water workers to gain entry into people’s homes.