74-year-old former Roman Catholic priest Ronald Paquin was arrested Wednesday near a hospital in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood.
Prosecutors say the man had exclusive control of the finances at the Newton business, which sold overseas river cruise vacations.
According to police, the man who fed a neighbor’s lap dog to a couple of pit bulls told officers, “it’s just something he does.”
A 38-year-old man pleaded guilty on multiple charges Wednesday, after he was caught in 2015 with about 110 photos of child porn.
Holyoke Police received several that helped them identify four suspects who may be involved in the theft of expensive sun glass frames.
Houston police cracked down on prostitution in the days leading up to the Super Bowl, with hundreds being arrested.
A convicted sex offender who was supposed to check into an Austin facility is now back in custody.
A West Michigan couple has been arrested for allegedly trying to solicit minors for sex.
Their week-long run from the law ended Tuesday with Boyette killing himself and Rice turning herself over to authorities in Georgia.
When deputies looked in the shed, they found a woman restrained with rope and chain.
An Oklahoma firefighter, and member of a group who dress up like clowns and talk to kids about fire safety, has been arrested.
Michigan man shot by police says he was attempting to block traffic after his son was tased by police, not aiming for officers.
Springfield Narcotic Detectives raided a home on Standish Street, Tuesday night, and found bags of heroin with the logo “Clean Money”.
Every week, TSA agents around the nation find items and weapons that aren’t allowed to fly with their owners.
Police found several explosive devices near the Lower Mill Pond in Easthampton over the weekend; some devices had been detonated.
Holyoke Police need the public’s help in identifying several suspects who allegedly stole from the Sunglass Hut at the Holyoke Mall.
The news brings an end to a frantic manhunt. The two collectively are accused of three murders and one shooting and home invasion.
Police said a man inside the apartment barricaded one of the doors to prevent the suspect from getting inside any further.
Holland Police received multiple reports from residents recently who received calls claiming they won large amounts of money.
The lawsuit alleges the company claimed it could “cut through red tape” to get victims their money faster, but had no ability to do so.