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Topic - Massachusetts Police
A former Massachusetts police officer has been convicted in federal court of using excessive force on an arrested person and then falsifying official reports to cover it up.
A Maine man wanted for questioning in connection with a shooting in Gardiner has been arrested in Massachusetts.
Two people wanted in connection with a pair of armed home invasions in Maine have been apprehended in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts police spent Tuesday evening at the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez as part of an investigation into a homicide scene about a mile away.
Massachusetts police are taking a page from the U.S. military's playbook and bringing counterinsurgency tactics used in Iraq to Springfield streets to fight gangs.
A Massachusetts police officer is under investigation after allegations that he directed a racial slur at Boston Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford last week.
The FBI and Massachusetts police are trying to figure out who "hijacked" Facebook photos of teenage girls from more than a dozen high schools in the state and posted them on a website police say features child pornography.
The FBI and Massachusetts police are trying to figure out who "hijacked" Facebook pictures of teenage girls from Massachusetts high schools and posted them on a website police say features child pornography.