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Massachusetts man caught with alleged cocaine, heroine

Massachusetts police raided a Malden home at 21 Ripley St. after monitoring activity at the location. They reported finding drug paraphernalia, a .22-caliber gun, ammunition and substances alleged to be cocaine and heroin. Taken into custody as part of the raid was a 24-year-old man who police had previously considered connected to a local murder.

Car accident in Massachusetts drive-thru leads to heroin arrest

A 77-year-old man whose car was hit from behind in a McDonald's drive-thru in Boston called the police after the other driver involved fell asleep at the wheel. After the collision, the two men had attempted to exchange insurance information, but the 43-year-old man whose car had hit the other car presented a learner's permit instead of a license as well as registration for a trailer.

Underage drinking and driving in Massachusetts

When you are under the age of 21, you can be charged with drinking and driving if you have as little as .02 percent blood alcohol concentration. A conviction for an underage drinking and driving offense can leave you with serious consequences, including the loss of your driver's license for 30 days, fines, probation, jail and a criminal record.

Police arrest man for firearms and charges from 2012

According to reports, a Massachusetts man was taken into custody by Worcester police on Feb. 24 for multiple charges including some dating back to a 2012 investigation. Officers reportedly stopped him initially for driving with a revoked license.

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