Plymouth District Attorney Timothy Cruz said Clancy is still in the hospital, but will be arraigned as soon as possible.
Police say the woman had recently been trespassed from the mini mart for soliciting sex and money from customers.
After several days of investigation, the man’s girlfriend was charged with larceny of a firearm, carrying a firearm without a license, and larceny over $1,200 by single scheme.
It’s unknown whether postpartum depression was the cause of the incident, or if marital problems were an impetus for Clancy’s actions, i.e., if her husband was cheating and/or planning to leave her.
The woman jumped out the window of a home Tuesday evening. There was also an eight-month-old boy who was flown to a Boston hospital with serious injuries.
According to police, for weeks, the woman has been at area businesses asking patrons for drugs and offering sexual favors in exchange for money.
In court documents obtained by News Link Live, police say Walshe intentionally delayed the search for his wife by making police retrace a circuitous route to his mother’s house that he never took. Police also say Walshe killed his wife by beating her to death.
Jose Melendez was sentenced in Worcester Superior Court Wednesday after pleading guilty to voluntary manslaughter for the 2017 murder of Sandra Hehir.
The dealers, who were staying at the Motel 6 and driving a Mercedes-Benz, were selling fentanyl, crack-cocaine, cocaine, oxycodone, and Clonazepam.
According to police, the niece said her aunt and uncle were attempting to kill her for money.
The man told police he brandished the hammer at the driver for tailgating him. He was released on $40 bail.
During his arraignment, the Commonwealth changed the “larceny of a motor vehicle” charge against the man to “receiving a stolen motor vehicle.”
The man, who was later arrested for domestic assault, now wants to overturn the judge’s no contact order.
The man, who was not operating his own vehicle at the time of his arrest, was charged with possession of a Class B and Class C drug.
According to police, when an officer tried to approach the man, he yelled “I am protecting my balls” numerous times while children and families walked by.
The man, who was trespassed from the bus stop before he was arrested, was sitting with five other individuals at the time of his arrest.
STERLING – At 1:08 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29, a resident called police to report an “unusual” man carry a large backpack and “a lot of shopping bags” walking down Lucas Road in the direction of Princeton. According to the Sterling Police Log, the caller stated that she had never seen the man before and that she noticed the police presence on Lucas Road earlier in the day. Detective John Chase and Officer Michael Porcaro of the Sterling Police Department responded to the call. When they arrived in the area, they found a man matching the description of the caller walking on Hobbs Road in Princeton by house number 138. “Officer Porcaro exited his cruiser and approached the male party,” wrote Det. Chase in his Statement of Facts in Support of Application for Criminal Complaint. “The male party was asked his name and he gave a false name. The male…
A victim who was held at gunpoint, said their “soul nearly left their body” when he put the gun to their head.