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Wednesday Dec 17 | via Patch.com
A Chelmsford man will be held without bail in connection with a series of alleged actions that authorities say concluded with him trying to hire someone to injure his wife, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan announced Wednesday. Gordon was arraigned on Nov. 25 on charges of intimidation of a witness, soliciting a felony , attempted assault and battery with a dangerous weapon in violation of a restraining order, violating a restraining order , stalking in violation of a restraining order, criminal harassment, attempted malicious destruction of property under $250, wanton destruction of property under $250 and attempted wanton destruction of property under $250 . Comment?
Monday Dec 8 | via Patch.com
The Chelmsford Police Department is implementing a "Holiday Shoplifting Action Plan" or HSAP, to ensure that the town's shopping centers do not become magnets for crime during the holiday weeks, Police Chief James M. Spinney announced Monday. "Shoppers are not the only ones in Chelmsford with a plan to tackle this holiday season. Comment?
Monday Dec 8 | via Boston.com
As the holidays arrive, so too do the annual holiday-related fears of shoplifting , and this year, a couple of Massachusetts police departments are getting active on policing that front. Chelmsford Police are deploying a high-visibility presence at shopping areas as part of what they call HSAP, or "Holiday Shoplifting Action Plan," police said in a statement. Comment?
Friday Dec 5 | via Patch.com
A Chelmsford man tried to hire someone to kill his wife earlier this year was before a judge Thursday who is considering his release from jail. Andrew Gordon, 51, of Chelmsford, was indicted by a Middlesex County Grand Jury in October on more than 30 charges in connection with a series of alleged actions that ended with him trying to hire someone to injure his wife. Comment?
Thursday Dec 4 | via Lowell Sun
A Superior Court judge is considering whether to release from jail a Chelmsford man who sought to have his wife killed because it was cheaper than a divorce. Judge Diane Kottmyer took under advisement a request to hold Andrew Gordon, 51, without bail because he is a danger to his wife and society following a two-day dangerousness hearing Thursday in Middlesex Superior Court. Comment?
Monday Dec 1 | via Lowell Sun
BACK TO THE FUTURE: Why don't they build another Commodore Ballroom on Thorndike Street? They have plenty of plenty of room there where that steeple came down. In that spot they should build another Commodore Ballroom. Comment?
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