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Massachusetts man faces drunk driving, child endangerment charges

When an intoxicated driver decides to get behind the wheel with children in the car, he or she risks facing additional criminal charges if caught. That's the situation that one Massachusetts man now finds himself in after a police officer pulled him over for a marked lanes violation, only to find him exhibiting signs of intoxication with his two sons in the car. In addition to drunk driving charges, the 36-year-old man now faces allegations of child endangerment.

Massachusetts man sentenced for drug charges

A Massachusetts man that has been in jail since 2010 has finally had his day in court and has been given a three year sentence after reaching a plea arrangement with prosecutors. The drug charges that the man has been sentenced for are based on an arrest for allegedly dealing the ecstasy and marijuana as well as other related charges. The state dropped five of the original charges against the man when he changed his plea in May of this year.

Massachusetts man allegedly steals boat, faces theft charges

In a bizarre turn of events, police recently accused a Massachusetts man of stealing a boat and then later claiming to share the same name as Peter Pan. This ultimately led to police filing theft charges against the 26-year-old resident of Topsham. The strange incident apparently began when the boat's owner reported that a theft had occurred at a landing on the Charles River.

Woman accused of drunk driving in 2 Massachusetts towns

In Massachusetts, drunk driving is treated as a serious offense that can have longtime consequences if authorities obtain a conviction. Recently, one woman found herself accused of drunk driving in not just one Massachusetts towns, but two. The 58-year-old woman is expected to face criminal charges of some sort, but it was not yet clear exactly what they will be.

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