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A Massachusetts man was in court in Bourne this past week on Massachusetts Sex Crimes Charges, answering to allegations that he raped and attempted to murder a woman on Cape Cod.

James Pearson, 42, was arrested and charged with Rape and Attempted Murder.

According to the Bourne Police Department, Pearson and the unidentified woman were in an apartment and a neighbor reportedly heard an assault. The woman then reportedly ran to the neighbors apartment door and stated she had been thrown down and kicked in the head several times.

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Adam Brisbois, 28, of Boston, was arrested at the South Station on Massachusetts Drug Crimes Charges yesterday after allegedly selling pills to undercover Boston Police officers.

Brisbois, who was reportedly living at the Occupy Boston camp in Dewey Square, allegedly sold clonodine pills to undercover Boston officers in a bathroom at the South Station bus terminal.

He was charged with Possession with Intent to Distribute Drugs and is scheduled to be arraigned in Boston Municipal Court this morning.

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A 26 year old Boston man was arrested this past weekend in Dorchester on Massachusetts Gun Crimes Charges for allegedly carrying a loaded AK-47 assault rifle and allegedly firing a shot into the ground.

Mohamed Ali Bile, of Dorchester, was arrested by Boston Police officers and charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm; Unlawful Possession of Ammunition; Carrying a Loaded Firearm; and Unlawful Possession of a Large Capacity Firearm.

According to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Boston Police Officers responded to an area in Dorchester for a report of “a black man wearing a black hooded sweatshirt” who had allegedly fired a shot into the ground. Police officers who responded allegedly encountered Bile, who allegedly ran away from the police and jumped fences through several backyards.

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Two men have been charged in connection with the Boston Murders of Billie Kee and her boyfriend, Kevin Thomas, that occurred in Hyde Park in July.

Michael T. Corbin and Earl Fulgiam, are both expected to be arraigned on two First Degree Murder Charges as soon as today in the West Roxbury Division of the Boston Municipal Court.

According to the Boston Police Department, Billie Kee and Kevin Thomas were murdered inside their Hyde Park apartment this past July. Police had initially represented that witnesses had seen 4 people leave the apartment and that they had dropped guns as they ran away. They also additionally first said that they believed the murders were “drug involved”, yet did not offer any specific details as to any potential motive.

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A 14 year old Boston high school student was arrested this morning on Massachusetts Gun Crimes Charges after he allegedly brought a loaded handgun to West Roxbury High School.

The 9th grade student was charged in West Roxbury Juvenile Court this morning on charges including Unlawful Possession of a Firearm, Unlawful Possession of Ammunition and Unlawful Possession of a Loaded Firearm.

The Boston high school student was arrested at the West Roxbury Education Complex this morning by Boston School Police when he allegedly tried to avoid the metal detector when entering the school.

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A 45 year old Stoughton woman was arraigned this morning in Brockton District Court on various Massachusetts Sex Crimes Charges for allegedly running prostitution services in Brockton, Norwood and Canton.

The woman was arraigned on the sex crime charge of Deriving Support from Prostitution.

According to the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office, the woman allegedly used three locations, Aria Day Spa in Brockton, Sparkle Day Spa in Canton and Spa Bellissimo in Norwood, as centers for conducting the purported sex crimes. It it alleged that the masseuses at these various locations were offering sex as part of the service.

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A 19 year old Tewksbury man has been indicted by a Middlesex County Grand Jury on several Massachusetts Sex Crimes Charges after allegedly trying to blackmail the purported 15 year old victim with photographs he had taken.

Thomas Hutchinson has been indicted on Rape of a Child by Force; Assault with Intent to Rape; Attempted Extortion; Indecent Assault & Battery on a Child Over 14; and Unlawful Possession of Child Pornography.

According to the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office, Hutchinson allegedly met the 15 year old girl after an online encounter. Prior to meeting, the girl reportedly sent him photos of her in her bathing suit and eventually nude photographs.

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westford.jpgA Westford High School student was arrested by Westford Police after he allegedly brought a large pellet gun that resembled an assault rifle into school. He is scheduled to be arraigned today in Lowell Juvenile Court on Massachusetts Crimes of Violence Charges, including Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon, Carrying a Dangerous Weapon on School Property; and Unlawful Possession of a BB Gun.

According to police, the teenager, a 16 year old sophomore student at Westford High School, walked into the high school and allegedly began pointing the weapon in the direction of students. He eventually made his way into the school cafeteria, that was filled at the time with about 150 high school students.

The incident involving the student, who was reportedly under suspension at the time, caused school officials to put the school in lockdown.

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Two men from Massachusetts, Jun Di Lin of Malden, and Sifa Lee, of Quincy, along with Cheng Sun, were arrested on Murder Charges in connection with the death of Tony Woo, of Quincy, found dead inside his Ipswich restaurant.

According to the Essex County District Attorney’s Office, the three men allegedly broke into Woo’s Ipswich restaurant in what is believed to be a robbery. Woo reportedly died from blunt force trauma according to a preliminary autopsy report.

Jun Di Lin was reportedly arrested trying to cross into Canada; while Sifa Lee was arrested in New Jersey; and Cheng Sun was arrested in New York.

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Boghosian_Rox Fire2_MET.jpgMohamed Abdul Jabar, 28, of Medford, was arrested this morning for allegedly setting fire to a Boston apartment building this morning that reportedly injured 13 and left dozens homeless. He faces charges including Attempted Murder and Arson.

According to the Boston Police Department, Jabar allegedly tried to commit suicide by turning on the gas from a stove from within one of the apartments and then lighting a match. Jabar also reportedly suffered injuries as a result of the fire and was taken to Boston’s Massachusetts General Hospital to be treated.

According to Boston Police, Jabar allegedly told medical responders that he “blew up his house.”