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Drug charges dropped for Massachusetts man over search warrant

In March, a search warrant was issued against a Massachusetts man based on information given by an informant to police. The man was arrested and charged with both gun and drug charges after police searched his home and allegedly found marijuana, a .38 caliber gun, and over $100 cash. In an interesting turn of events, the charges against him were recently dismissed, which serves as an excellent example for others facing charges that their situation may not be as hopeless as they feel.

Massachusetts man faces assault and battery charges

A man has been arrested by police and charged for his role in an alleged carjacking. According to Massachusetts police, the assault and battery charges stem from the man approaching a 17-year-old girl who was in her vehicle at a drug store parking lot. The man is alleged to have threatened the girl with a bloody syringe.

Burlington man on moped charged with OUI

Massachusetts law pays especially tight attention to those charged with driving while intoxicated. There are certain legal procedures that must be applied whether you are charged with a first offense or felony OUI charges. Laws governing these different allegations vary and are required to be handled independently and precisely, depending on the number of offenses and specific elements involved in the actual charges.

Criminal charges have been filed in Massachusetts home robbery

According to authorities, three masked men broke into a Massachusetts man's apartment with the intent of robbing him. During the robbery, two men were killed and two were injured. One man has been arrested and faces criminal charges in connection with the attempted robbery.

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