Plymouth County man accused of bludgeoning to death neighbor Valerie Oakhem
BROCKTON – A man has pleaded not guilty to a charge that he bludgeoned his Bridgewater neighbor to death, Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy J. Cruz has announced. This afternoon, 69-year-old Dinis Moreira of Bridgewater, pleaded not guilty to one count of Murder in Brockton District Court. After examination by a court clinician, Moreira was held without bail and will be sent to Bridgewater State Hospital for a 20-day evaluation.
Neighbor Accused of Bludgeoning Woman to Death in His Bridgewater Home
A Massachusetts man has been arrested after allegedly bludgeoning his neighbor to death in his Bridgewater home. The Plymouth County District Attorney's Office says 69-year-old Dinis Moreira attacked 58-year-old Valerie Oakhem in his house on Spring Street. Police responded around 12:30 a.m. Friday to find her suffering from severe trauma to her head and face.
Marion Gets a Visit From the Bear on Its Way to Plymouth
MARION (WBSM) — Another day, another bear report on the SouthCoast – today coming to you from the quaint town of Marion. If last week was all about Taylor Swift here in Massachusetts, this week is about black bears, at least down here in Bristol and now Plymouth Counties. Bear sightings in Mansfield, Taunton, Assonet, Fall River, Dartmouth, New Bedford, New Bedford again, Acushnet, Mattapoisett and now Marion led us to create the SouthCoast Bear Tracker interactive map.
On the Lam: Pool Contractor Indicted, But Where Is He?
The owner of a pool business is facing a long list of criminal charges after an NBC10 investigation uncovered an alleged path of destruction across Massachusetts and homeowners who said they lost thousands of dollars. The pattern of unfinished projects sparked a Plymouth County grand jury investigation, which has resulted...
2 Massachusetts Store Clerks Indicted for Allegedly Trying to Claim $3M Lotto Ticket Left in Store: Officials
Carly Nunes and Joseph Reddem were allegedly caught on camera arguing about how the money was going to be split.
Explosion at Plymouth County home leads resident to be rushed to Boston hospital
An explosion in Plymouth County led to a person being rushed to the hospital. According to officials, the Kingston Fire Department, along with the Kingston Massachusetts Police Department, Massachusetts State Fire Marshal’s Office and Mass State Police Bomb squad, is operating at a residence on Nobadeer Circle after an explosion sent a resident to a Boston hospital with seriously injuries.
Wareham teachers receive recognition from Plymouth County Education Assosciation
Teachers in Wareham received a variety of awards and recognition from the Plymouth County Education Association’s award celebration on May 22. "These awards are unique for being governed entirely by professionals active in our field," said PCEA president Brian Fitzgerald. "Honorees are first nominated by their colleagues, then those nominations are screened by a committee of educators from across the county, and finally approved in a vote of some twenty educators after that.”
Clerk accused of trying to steal $3 million winning lottery ticket
BROCKTON, Mass. (CNN) - A Massachusetts liquor store clerk was indicted for grand larceny after she allegedly tried to steal a $3 million lottery ticket accidentally left behind by a customer. Carly Nunes, a 23-year-old liquor store clerk, is accused of trying to steal and cash the winning lottery ticket....
Liquor Store Clerks Charged for Allegedly Stealing Winning $3 Million Lottery Ticket Left Behind by Customer
Two employees at a liquor store in Massachusetts have been charged in connection with allegedly trying to steal a winning $3 million lottery ticket. As announced by the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office this month, 23-year-old Carly Nunes and 32-year-old Joseph Reddem have both been named in grand jury indictments over the case, which centers on a customer at the store who accidentally forgot his lottery ticket when making a purchase back in January.
$3 million lottery scheme leads to indictment of store clerks
Two store clerks are accused of trying to cash in a customer's $3 million winning lottery ticket after he left it behind. A Massachusetts grand jury returned indictments for 23-year-old Carly Nunes and 32-year-old Joseph Reddem this month, according to the Plymouth County District Attorney's Office. Prosecutors say a man went into a liquor store on January 17 and purchased several items, including four lottery tickets. However, he reportedly left the lottery tickets in the tray at the store.
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