Home Crime

Crime

Man to be arraigned in Connection with Accelerating Fire that Resulted in the Death of  a Man on Pevey Street in Lowell

When first responders did arrive on scene, the victim was transported and a medical flight was requested.  However, before that  could happen, the victim  died from his injuries at Lowell General Hospital.  This case has been referred to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner and a positive identification is pending.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – April 16, 2021

The town wide election is shaping up to be a sizzler; we tell you who’s running and for what seats; we update you on the latest alleged criminal activities going on in town; meet published photographer, Nancy Rich, the Parish Center for the Arts' Artist of the Month.

JOINT RELEASE: Two Suspects Arrested in Connection with 7 Burglaries and Break-ins Across Middlesex and Essex Counties and New Hampshire

The two defendants were directly indicted by a Middlesex Grand Jury on Wednesday, June 30, 2021. Gabriel Estuardo Rojas and Manuel Jose Lopez were apprehended today by the Middlesex State Police assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, with the collaboration of the police departments from Methuen, Lawrence, Tewksbury, Pelham, NH; and Salem, NH. The defendants were placed under arrest and taken into custody without incident. 

Lowell Man Arraigned in Connection with Intentionally Setting Fire to his Wife

Posted on: April 2, 2021 - 12:51pm Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Lowell Police Superintendent Kelly Richardson confirmed that...

Troubled by Violence Toward Asian Americans, Westford leaders Take a Stand

Click here to have free, daily alerts delivered to your inbox. After a year’s reprieve, the event of another mass...

Middlesex District Attorney Announces New Policy in Relation to Office Website

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan today announced the implementation of a new policy regarding identifying information on her office website, middlesexda.com.

Arraignment of Westford Academy History Teacher Rescheduled for Feb. 24

When reached by phone on February 10, Colson’s attorney, Lissa McKinney, said, “Mr. Colson expects to vigorously challenge the allegations against him when the case is taken up in court. He has not been arraigned and he is entitled to the presumption of innocence unless or until a judge or jury has found him guilty. I would have no further comment at this time."

WestfordCAT Weekly News – February 5, 2021

This week on WestfordCAT News, remote learning isn’t making the grade; an alleged fall from grace by a Westford Academy teacher; an offer is on the table for the historic house at 35 Town Farm Road.