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Massachusetts Housing Authority director accused of theft

According to news reports, the executive director of the Stoughton Housing Authority was arraigned on Jan. 5 on charges of larceny from a building, larceny of over $250 from someone older than 60 and theft of a controlled substance. He was also charged with breaking and entering. The charges, which are all felonies, stem from allegations that he stole medication from an elderly resident.

2 men detained in connection with alleged robberies

Law enforcement authorities with the South Easton Police Department apprehended two men on Jan. 14 in connection with an alleged attempted robbery. Upon questioning, one of the men, a 24-year-old South Easton man, reportedly admitted to committing two robberies on Jan. 13 in addition to the attempted robbery on Jan. 14.

Massachusetts police chase ends in Malden River, OUI suspected

After starting a police chase in Melrose, a man said to be operating under the influence of alcohol drove into the Malden River in an effort to evade law enforcement on Jan. 4. The Melorse man was apprehended and is being held without bail because of the circumstances leading to his arrest, which qualified him for a dangerous person hearing.

Massachusetts woman apprehended following alleged bank robbery

Police say that a 46-year-old woman was taken into custody after she tried to rob the Leominster Credit Union in Worcester on Dec. 26. According to authorities, the woman demanded in a note that a female teller put an undisclosed amount of money inside of a bag. Witnesses say that the woman, a resident of Worcester, yelled at the teller while gathering the funds.

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