Gary V. Murray Telegram & Gazette Staff @GaryMurrayTG WORCESTER - A prosecutor told a jury Tuesday that Pedro Solis fatally stabbed Cherise D. Hill on the morning of Dec. 2, 2015, because the 31-year-old woman was a witness to an earlier stabbing committed by Mr. Solis.In his opening statement in the murder trial of Mr. Solis in Worcester Superior Court, Assistant District Attorney Brett F. Dillon said Ms. Hill was present on Main Street in the days leading up to her slaying and saw Mr....
Gary V. Murray Telegram & Gazette Staff @GaryMurrayTG
WORCESTER - A Sterling man charged with murder in a fatal stabbing was held without bail after pleading not guilty Friday in Worcester Superior Court.Allen F. Fawe, 25, of 16 Wilder Road, Sterling was arrainged on a first-degree murder charge in the Oct. 1 stabbing of 39-year-old Jeffrey Joyce of Clinton during a party at 16A Wilder Road, Sterling.
Gary V. Murray Telegram & Gazette Staff @GaryMurrayTG WORCESTER — Two people were arraigned Friday on indictments related to an Oct. 29, 2016, crash on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Westboro that claimed the life of a 26-year-old Spencer woman.Andrew Ledoux, 22, of Gardner was listed by police as the driver of a sport utility vehicle with six costumed occupants returning from a Halloween celebration in Salem that veered off the road and crashed into a rock ledge, killing Ashley Sheehan, who...
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Selecting a term
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