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Man arrested on criminal charges for stealing from elderly women

Older citizens should always remain on guard against the proverbial wolf in sheep's clothing. In a Massachusetts condo in downtown Salem the elderly women residents saw this wolf as a single father struggling to survive. They accommodated him in numerous ways and he repaid them by robbing their jewelry and defrauding them of their money. Now he's facing criminal charges of felony larceny by single scheme, larceny by check and larceny by false pretense, as well as the criminal offense of receiving stolen property.

A Massachusetts man faces charges of assault and battery

A recent incident involving a Massachusetts man resulted in charges of assault and battery in Essex County. This is one case where assault and battery may have connections to related alcohol use, possibly causing impaired judgment in the accused. He was reported to have entered a plea of not guilty to the charges in a local district court and must appear for a pretrial conference at a later date.

Nurse's aide charged with assault and battery on elderly patient

Elder abuse in nursing homes is a well-known national problem. In Massachusetts and elsewhere, that fact may make it easier in some instances to accuse an aide in a nursing home of assault and battery on a patient. On Sept. 5 a veteran nurse's aide was accused and arrested on assault and attempted murder charges at a Plymouth nursing home.

2 people face drug charges in Massachusetts

A recent incident involving a young Massachusetts man and woman resulted in charges of heroin possession in Plymouth County. This is one case where drug charges may not only have connections of related violence but could have major implications to all aspects of the lives of the accused individuals. They were reported to be awaiting arraignment in the district court.

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