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Recent Crime News
Saturday Jul 23 | via Lowell Sun
After being sober for 2 1/2 years, a 33year-old Billerica man is being held without bail after he allegedly got drunk, blacked out and went on a 12hour rampage destroying his parents' Billerica home and assaulting his wife. After Billerica police arrested Jerrod Chadwick Gammon during the early-morning hours of July 14, police found a .38-caliber bullet in Gammon's pocket. Comment?
Saturday Jul 16 | via Worcester Telegram & Gazette
A Marlboro man serving time for violating a restraining order numerous times is now accused of violating the order from the Middlesex House of Correction in Billerica, authorities said. Levi Carpio, 23, sent numerous love letters to his ex-girlfriend, who has a restraining order against him, telling her how much he missed her, prosecutor Tim Cochrane said during Carpio's Framingham District Court arraignment on Friday. Comment?
Friday Jul 1 | via Lowell Sun
A Fall River man with a history of mental-health issues is being held without bail after he allegedly threatened to "blow up" the Billerica 12-Step Educational Program with "propane bombs." Billerica police also allege that Aaron D. Sofge wielded a knife as he repeatedly threatened to kill Billerica police and Middlesex Sheriff's officers. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 28 | via Boston.com
A Chelmsford financial planner was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in federal prison for twice trying to hire undercover state troopers in murder-for-hire plots, according to the US Attorney's office. Andrew S. Gordon, 54, was arrested in September 2014 on charges of trying to hire an undercover trooper to kill his estranged wife, Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz said. Comment?
Saturday Jun 25 | via Lowell Sun
In denying parole this week to a former Billerica man who is serving life in prison for the 1986 beating death of his son, the state Parole Board's decision appears to shed little light on convicted killer Richard Seymour's future prospects for freedom. In its written decision released on Thursday, the Parole Board wrote that Seymour has not demonstrated a level of rehabilitative progress that would make his release compatible with the welfare of society. Comment?
Jun 22, 2016 | via Home
A former Billerica man who is serving life in prison after he beat his teenage son to death in a drug-fueled rage in 1986 has been denied parole for the fourth time. "It was the best possible outcome. Comment?
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