• stabbing Dec 25, 2020

    Mass. Man Involved in July Stabbing Faces Second-Degree Murder Charges

    A Boston man who was arrested in July in Long Beach, California, in connection with a fatal stabbing in Dorchester is being held without bail after appearing in a Massachusetts court Tuesday on a second-degree murder charge. Anthony Nicholes, 50, was arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court on the murder charge, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office. Judge Jeffrey…

  • Massachusetts Nov 25, 2019

    Two Men Accused in Fatal Shooting Near TD Garden Held Without Bail

    A Boston man accused of killing a 25-year-old man near the TD Garden over the weekend tried to steal a gold necklace from the victim before shooting him, prosecutors said Monday. Bryan Rice, 22, charged with murder in connection to the shooting, was ordered held without bail at an arraignment Monday. Anthony Baptista-Goncalves, 24, also of Boston, was charged with...

  • Massachusetts Nov 24, 2019

    Man Dead, 2 Charged After Overnight Shooting Near TD Garden

    A man has died after being shot near TD Garden early Saturday morning, police said. Officers responded to 101 Canal Street just after 2 a.m. Saturday to find a man with gunshot wounds. The victim, Fouad Baghdad, was taken to a local hospital and later died, police said.

  • Massachusetts Sep 25, 2019

    State Probes Judge's Actions in Straight Pride Parade Case

    The board that oversees judicial conduct in Massachusetts is investigating the Boston judge who came under scrutiny for the way he handled arraignments for counterprotesters at a “straight pride” parade.

  • BOSTON Sep 23, 2019

    Boston Police Arrest Suspect in Fatal Stabbing

    A man was stabbed to death Wednesday night in Boston, according to police. The victim, a man believed to be in his 30s, suffered multiple stab wounds at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue and Albany Street. He was taken to Boston Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.

  • BOSTON Sep 4, 2019

    Mario Batali's Indecent Assault Case Returns to Court

    A hearing on the indecent assault and battery case against celebrity chef Mario Batali is scheduled. A judge is slated to hear arguments Wednesday from lawyers at a pre-trial hearing in Boston Municipal Court. It’s not immediately clear what issues will be addressed.

  • BOSTON Sep 4, 2019

    Charges Won't Be Dropped for Protesters Arrested at ‘Straight Pride' Parade

    Charges against many of the protesters arrested at a counter-demonstration during a “straight pride” parade in Boston this weekend will not be dropped. Thirty-six people were arrested Saturday and were scheduled to be arraigned at Boston Municipal Court Tuesday. About 20 of those people appeared before a judge, who denied almost every request prosecutors made to dismiss the charges.

  • lawyer Aug 30, 2019

    Hearing Held in Chef Mario Batali's Indecent Assault Case

    A hearing has been held in the indecent assault and battery case against celebrity chef Mario Batali. A spokeswoman for Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins said Batali didn’t attend Friday’s hearing at Boston Municipal Court and wasn’t required to. She also said no trial date was set. The case returns to court Sept. 4.

  • JUDGE Aug 19, 2019

    Listen: Caller Threatened ‘Bomb in the Airport' Before EMT Stabbing

    While federal authorities have declined to discuss their investigation, documents obtained by the NBC10 Boston Investigators show at least six airports received similar threats in a span of less than two hours. The first was received by O’Hare International Airport in Chicago at 4:55 a.m. In an audio recording obtained by NBC10, a female caller can be heard warning: “There...

  • Attorney Aug 16, 2019

    Eataly Severs Ties With Chef Mario Batali Amid Misconduct Scandal

    A hearing has been scheduled for next month in the indecent assault and battery case against celebrity chef Mario Batali. Batali did not appear at a brief pre-trial hearing in a Boston courtroom on Friday. He had waived his right to appear.

  • BOSTON Jul 18, 2019

    Man Accused of Punching Boston Library Employee, Spraying Him With Unknown Chemical

    A man accused of punching a Boston Public Library employee and spraying him with an unknown chemical outside the building was arrested Wednesday night. Officers received a call of a fight outside the library in Copley Square shortly before 9 p.m., according to police. At the scene, officers spoke with the employee, who said he was working in the library’s...

  • BOSTON Jul 13, 2019

    Another Attack: Woman Arrested for Assaulting EMT in South Boston

    For the second time this week, someone has been arrested for allegedly assaulting an EMT in South Boston....
    aFor the second time this week, someone has been arrested for allegedly assaulting an EMT in South Boston. Donna A. Taylor, 37, of Boston, is facing charges of assault and battery, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after she allegedly pushed an emergency medical...

  • BOSTON Jul 13, 2019

    Another Attack: Woman Arrested for Assaulting EMT in South Boston

    For the second time this week, someone has been arrested for allegedly assaulting an EMT in South Boston....
    aFor the second time this week, someone has been arrested for allegedly assaulting an EMT in South Boston. Donna A. Taylor, 37, of Boston, is facing charges of assault and battery, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after she allegedly pushed an emergency medical...

  • Attorney Jul 12, 2019

    Hearing Scheduled in Chef Mario Batali Indecent Assault Case

    A hearing has been scheduled for next month in the indecent assault and battery case against celebrity chef Mario Batali. Batali did not appear at a brief pre-trial hearing in a Boston courtroom on Friday. He had waived his right to appear.

  • Attorney Jul 12, 2019

    Hearing Scheduled in Chef Mario Batali Indecent Assault Case

    A hearing has been scheduled for next month in the indecent assault and battery case against celebrity chef Mario Batali. Batali did not appear at a brief pre-trial hearing in a Boston courtroom on Friday. He had waived his right to appear.

  • BOSTON Jul 12, 2019

    Woman Accused of Assaulting EMTs to Undergo Psychiatric Evaluation; Wounded EMT Out of Hospital

    The woman accused of assaulting two emergency medical technicians in downtown Boston earlier this week, stabbing one of them, will undergo psychiatric evaluation after lawyers expressed concern about her mental health. Julie Tejeda, 31, of East Boston, had been scheduled to be arraigned Thursday on charges of assault with intent to murder and other offenses for the attack. Tejeda allegedly...

  • Massachusetts Jul 11, 2019

    Terrorism Task Force Interviewed Boston EMT Attack Suspect After Airport Bomb Threats

    The woman accused of stabbing an EMT in Boston on Wednesday is also under investigation for bomb threats called in to at least two airports the day before the attack, the NBC10 Boston Investigators have learned. Boston police had traveled to the home of 31-year-old Julie Tejeda in East Boston on Tuesday morning after being contacted by authorities in Washington,...

  • BOSTON Jul 3, 2019

    No Charges for 18 Arrested at Boston Immigration Protest, DA Says

    Boston’s district attorney is not pursuing charges against 18 people arrested outside a Boston jail during a protest against the Trump administration’s immigration policies. Suffolk District Attorney Rachael Rollins filed court papers ending the prosecution in the cases, she said Wednesday.

  • BOSTON Jul 2, 2019

    Beth Israel Hospital Employee Arrested for Ordering Date Rape Drug

    An employee at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center was arrested Friday for allegedly ordering five bottles of the recreational and date rape drug GBL from Hong Kong. Shannon Lyons, a vascular physiologist at Beth Israel, was arrested after a Massachusetts State Police trooper disguised as a DHL driver delivered the package to Lyons’ Boston apartment, according to court documents.

  • BOSTON Jun 6, 2019

    Suspect Shot Taxi Driver 9 Times for Refusing to Drive Him to Mansfield: Prosecutors

    A taxi driver was shot and killed in Boston’s Back Bay on Tuesday after refusing to give the suspect a ride to Mansfield, according to prosecutors. Phillip Foy, 34, of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly shot 60-year-old Luckinson Oruma in broad daylight. The shooting happened around 11 a.m. in the area of Huntington Avenue and West...

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