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3 men face charges in Middlesex County after alleged drug sale

Drug charges carry stiff penalties in Massachusetts, which three men in Cambridge may soon find out if they are convicted of the accusations against them. The men are now facing drug charges that are the result of detectives allegedly witnessing a drug transaction on the street. The three men were reportedly involved in the sale of prescription drugs in Middlesex County.

Massachusetts drunk driving bill doesn't progress

A bill that would require those convicted of first-time DUI to utilize an ignition-locking system has not been passed. In 2005, a bill was passed that requires repeat drunk driving offenders in Massachusetts to have an ignition-locking device installed in their vehicles. The device is connected to the ignition system of the vehicle, and the driver must blow into it before the ignition will work. This is intended to ensure that the driver is not driving drunk.

Massachusetts woman charged with drunk driving

A woman was charged with drunk driving after allegedly picking up her children from daycare while drunk. The Massachusetts woman, a director of special education at a local school district, was later put on administrative leave following the incident. In addition to the drunk driving charges, she is also facing several other charges including child endangerment.

Massachusetts police officer charged with OUI

A Massachusetts police officer involved in an accident has been charged with OUI. The accident occurred in May when the off-duty police officer allegedly failed to stop, causing a serious accident. The officer has since been charged with OUI, reckless operation of a motor vehicle, and failure to stop.

Car crash leads to drunk driving charges for Mass. woman

A 25-year-old woman was arrested after a traffic accident in late June. The Massachusetts woman was taken into custody for alleged drunk driving after her car plowed into a police vehicle and three other vehicles. The driver was allegedly driving the wrong way on Route 24 in Norfolk County when the accident happened.

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