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11-19-15 Fired Officer indicted in hoax and
bomb threat

  11-18-15 2015 Safe Schools Summit
  11-16-15 Police and Restaurants Help Launch DA Morrissey’s Holiday Designated Driver Campaign
  11-09-15 Life Sentence in 2011 Randolph Murder
  10-28-15_Boston man admits to robbing Dedham bank
  10-26-15_D.A. provides safety training to
alcohol servers
  10-06-15 Partnering with Safe Homes Coalition for opiate safety
  10-04-15 D.A. Morrissey Hosts High School Peer Leadership Conference

09-30-15_Man admits hatchet attack on
ex-wife’s divorce attorney

  09-28-15_D.A. gives grant to Brookline Police
for anti-opiate work
  09-21-15 Brookline Developer indicted in arson
  09-11-15 Not guilty plea in allegedly
fabricated police shooting
  08-31-15 Municipalities get better access to overdose reversal drug
  08-15-15 Sad end for missing Stoughton man
  08-14-15 The murder of Theresa Corley, December 1978
  08-14-15 The murder of Jane Gilboy
  07-22-15 Guilty verdict in fatal Sharon crash
$130,000 LARCENY
  07-15-15 DA Morrissey joins Sen. Keenan
on drug bill
  07-08-15 Stoughton Basketball Camp success
  07-01-15 Brandon Spikes admits guilt
in highway crash
  06-23-15 Guilty verdict in 2011 murder of
Avon dad
  06-10-15 Training on better serving victims of Campus sexual assault
  06-02-15 Arraignment in 1981 Braintree murder
  06-03-15 Czerkawski larceny trial
still set for July
  05-27-15 Grand Jury indicts in fatal Quincy barroom beating

05-19-15 Medfield Marijuana Grow
Causes Explosion

  05-15-15 Five arrested in month-long
heroin investigation
  05-14-15 Police and School officials attend DA Morrissey’s Safe and Supportive Schools Training
  05-06-15 Not guilty Plea in Avon
double fatal crash
05-05-15 Prison term in Wellesley Methamphetamine case
  04-14-15 Charges Withdrawn in Child Enticement Case
  04-09-15 Overdose prevention program nationally recognized
  04-06-15 Not guilty plea in deadly
barroom beating
  04-03-15 Guilty Verdict in 2010 Murder
of Karneetha Sanders
  03-26-15 No bail ordered in Milton High gun case
  03-23-15 Norfolk DA finds Stoughton
Officer fired in self-defense
  03-11-15 State Prison for Franklin
Aluminum Thefts
  03-03-15 $130,000 cash bail in alleged
murder-for-hire plot
  03-03-15 Dangerousness hearing ordered in Millis attempted murder
  02-27-15 No bail in hatchet attack on
divorce lawyer
  02-25-15 Motion to suppress evidence in Czerkawski case denied
  02-24-15 Guilty plea in masked armed
robbery of bank

02-20-15 Guilty pleas in three Foxboro bank robberies

  02-17-15 Stoughton Chief visits DA's Winter Basketball Camp
  02-11-15 Quincy fire manslaughter
convictions upheld
  01-22-15 DA hosts animal protection training
  01-19-15_Apparent homicide and police-involved shooting in Weymouth
  01-15-15 Not guilty pleas in massive traffic obstruction case
  01-15-15_Coach denies attacking Referee
  01-07-15_DA Morrissey looks ahead
to second term
  01-05-15_Housing Official Denies Stealing Resident’s Pills
  12-23-14_Another tool to deal with
impaired driving
  12-18-14_Jail for man who tried to
entice young girl
  12-13-14 Boston man found shot in Randolph
  12-10-14_Quincy man admits to animal cruelty, larceny charges
  12-8-14_Dedham hit-and-run suspect arraigned
  11-21-14_State Prison for Manslaughter
of pregnant mom
  11-20-14_Keeping Schools Safe
  11-10-14_Pharmacy outreach to prevent addiction and overdose
  11-10-14_Chiefs are partners in drunk driving, pharmacy safety
  10-17-14 Prosecutor recognized for animal protection – again
  9-26-14 Supporting families touched by addiction in Weymouth

09-16-14_Drug charge sends Norwood merchant to prison

  09-15-14_Wellesley bank robber who fled in car trunk now in prison
  09-11-14 Quincy murder conviction
upheld at SJC
  08-19-14 Man robs old company 5 times
goes to prison
  08-06-14_Note to Self_Go to Prison
  07-23-14 Plea in 2009 group home death
  07-22-14 Brookline library flasher going
to state prison
  07-03-14 Hung Jury Declared in 2010
Stoughton Murder
  07-01-14 Woman identified - no foul play
found in Quincy shore death
  06-30-14 Unlocked cars lead to thefts,
thefts lead to jail
  06-30-14 Jury convicts in drunk driving death
  06-17-14 DA Morrissey asks Seniors to Help In Opiate Crisis at Milton Summit
  06-04-14 District Attorney Morrissey Sponsors Training for School Nurses to Help Students
  06-04-2014 Enhanced Security at
Probate and Family Court
  05-30-14 Violent rapist tracked to Florida
  05-08-14 DA partners with Norwood Hospital in Senior Summit
  05-07-14 DA Morrissey host safe prescribing conference for clinicians
  05-02-14 DA Morrissey presents Dana Awards to Seven area Officers
  04-30-14 Prescription Drug Safety at
Franklin COA
  04-29-14 Dozens join DA Morrissey and Norfolk Advocates for Children at OPEN HOUSE
  04-24-14 Local leaders join DA at Prescription Drug Conference in Atlanta
  04-22-14 Weymouth Domestic Violence
  04-14-14 Texting drunk driver pleads guilty in Norfolk death
  03-26-14 Local police at Narcan
opiate overdose training
  03-25-14 Plea in1994 Milton homicide

03-21-14 Chief and DA talk prescription safety with Milton seniors

  03-18-14 DA and Canton attorney talk
to learning drivers
  03-13-14 Weymouth woman indicted for rapes
  03-04-14 Rudolph found not competent
to stand trial in triple homicide

03-03-14 Indictments in Sharon exploitation case

  02-24-14 DA Morrissey at Senator’s opiate
crisis meeting
  02-07-14 More indictments in Quincy animal abuse case
  02-06-14 Quincy Rapist gets 5 to 9 years
  01-29-14 Held without bail for allegedly wielding axe in armed robbery

01-28-14 District Attorney Morrissey hosts training on Helping students who come to school impaired

  01-17-14 Randolph Firefighter talks good choices and great careers at the Middle School
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