Three people were arrested on Tuesday in Springfield for various charges. One man had warrants in Holyoke, Chicopee, and New Bedford.
A convicted sex offender, who was arrested for collecting hundreds of child porn images through his email, pleaded guilty on Wednesday.
A former Pittsfield police officer is accused of stealing more than $220,000 from the police union account he was supposed to manage.
A former teacher is in trouble with the law for allegedly letting students get stoned in class.
Federal Prosecutors are asking for more time in the Alexander Ciccolo case review more evidence.
Julio C. Rodriguez pleaded guilty to the charges of Larceny over $250, Food Stamp Trafficking, and Access Device Fraud.
State police say that a man in eastern Massachusetts has been going door-to-door, claiming to be collecting money for Clardy’s children.
“It’s not just stealing the sign, it’s taking my First Amendment rights away,” says Kenneth Alves of Ludlow.
Police say a former inmate used the Johnson County Jail’s bank account to pay his cable bill.
A statue of Saint Francis is missing from its pedestal on Elm Street.
Northampton Police believe someone may have set five separate fires on or around King Street.
Residents of Longmeadow told 22News that they weren’t surprised that their town was ranked among the safest in the state.
South Hadley Police Officer Christopher Roberts is continuing to recover from the incident at home.
A Missouri mother is in jail after a friend posted a photo to Facebook allegedly showing her smoking meth next to her baby.
A man’s plan to ship drugs in a child’s toy is foiled, after a clerk becomes suspicious.
Springfield Police said they are looking into whether or not the woman arrested Monday has been involved in other recent shoplifting crimes.
Police have been searching for the suspect from Springfield since the beginning of the murder investigation.
A teenager who was looking for a job at Popeye’s made a big impression during his interview. He stopped a robbery in progress.
A man who ran a marijuana-dealing operation that covered several states, with records going back to 1992, was sentenced to prison.
Police say two men were arrested for crashing the same car while taking turns driving it while drunk.