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Randolph Police reported that they have arrested a man that was wanted in connection with the late-night robbery in the North Dartmouth Mall.

Michael Killory, 26, was arrested and charged with Armed Robbery while Masked; 4 counts of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon; and Use of a Firearm in Commission of a Felony.

According to police, Michael Killory allegedly exiting one of the dressing rooms at a store in the North Dartmouth Mall wearing a ski mask. He allegedly ordered the store employees on the floor and grabbed a deposit cash bag before running out the rear door.

Newton Police have arrested three Boston men on Massachusetts Violent Crimes Charges in connection with the alleged robbery of a man and woman in Newton Centre last week.

Enemias Eliseo Ardon Valdez, 26, and Juan Francisco Rodenzo, 33, both of Allston, along with Marlon Rodenzo, 20, of Jamaica Plain, were all charged with Armed Robbery and Assault & Battery.

According to the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office, Newton Police officers were called to Cafe St. Petersburg in Newton Centre last Friday for a report that a man had been robbed at gunpoint. Newton Police allegedly located the three Boston men behind a liquor store on Beacon Street who allegedly matched the description.

Jose Gonzalez, 29, and Rafael Tejada, 43, both from the Dorchester section of Boston, were indicted by an Essex County Grand Jury in connection with the Lawrence Armed Robbery of McCann’s Liquors on March 6.

Both men were charged with Armed Robbery, Kidnapping, Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon, and one was also charged with Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.

According to the Essex County District Attorney’s Office, Jose Gonzalez and Rafael Tejada attempted to rob McCann’s Liquors in Lawrence on March 6 when they allegedly entered the store and beat the owner, Arturo Tavera, 67. Prosecutors also allege that Gonzalez and Tejada beat a store employee and a customer as well.

Three Beverly men, Robert C. Kenney, 56, Christopher Littlejohn, 30, and Ramone Arakelow, 34, were arrested yesterday morning on charges of Conspiracy to Commit a Home Invasion and Armed Robbery against a purported Malden drug dealer.

The Massachusetts State Police, Lynn Police Department and the FBI were all reportedly involved in the investigation, who apparently created the identity of a fictitious Malden drug dealer and would-be victim. The men were apparently under investigation for offenses including Massachusetts Gun Crimes; and notably Robert C. Kenney, was allegedly involved in the sale of several illegal guns in areas of Boston and the North Shore.

All three men were arrested in Saugus in Kenney’s truck when they pulled into a parking lot on Route 99 to allegedly plan out the Home Invasion and Armed Robbery. In the vehicle, the men allegedly had knives, a ski mask, duct tape and purported false identifications to pose as federal immigration officials.

Three Boston men were arrested Monday night for the Armed Robbery of a D’Angelo’s in Randolph Monday night. Lee M. Francois and Johnson Charles, both of Dorchester, and Villy G. Bazile, of West Roxbury, are all scheduled to be arraigned this morning on Armed Robbery Charges in Quincy District Court.

According to the Randolph Police Department, the three men are alleged to have entered the store sometime around 9:30 p.m., and while wearing masked, robbed the employees at gunpoint.

The three men drove away, but were stopped by Randolph Police Officers less than a mile away from the store and were allegedly found to be changing their clothes. A search of the car allegedly revealed three sweatshirts similar to those described by witnesses, a bag containing cash; ski mask, and a BB gun.

Paul A. Morani, 23, of East Boston, Massachusetts, was arrested this past weekend for allegedly beating and robbing his own girlfriend because she broke his cell phone during an argument. Morani was formally with Armed Robbery and Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon.

According to the Boston Police Department and the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Morani allegedly beat his girlfriend with a knife and punched her several times int he face. He also allegedly demanded she give him $200 and threatened further violence if she did not give him the money. The girlfriend ultimately walked into Boston Police Headquarters and reported the incident, from which she suffered multiple fractured ribs and injuries to her face and wrist.

Morani was not immediately charged in July because his whereabouts were unknown. He was believed to have gone to New Hampshire and even Las Vegas. An anonymous tip this past weekend, however, led Boston Police Officers to the Comfort Inn on American Legion Highway in Dorchester where he was arrested.

he call for the investigation into the Massachusetts Parole Board was triggered after Cinielli, along with two other men robbed the Kohl’s in Woburn this past Sunday and allegedly Murdered Woburn Police Officer John “Jack” Maguire, 60, who responded to the robbery call and began chasing two of the alleged robbers on foot. One of the men, who Woburn Police allege was Cinelli, began shooting at the officer and ultimately struck and killed him.

Dominic Cinelli was released by the Massachusetts Parole Board after a hearing in 2008 and now Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick is asking for an investigation of the Parole Board for having released Cinelli, a man who at one point been sentenced to three concurrent life sentences for Armed Robbery, Armed Assault with Intent to Murder, Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon, and Gun Crimes.

As a result, the Governor, along with Police Chief across the state and nationwide, are seeking a review of the Massachusetts Parole Board’s decision-making criteria in order to determine how someone, such as Cinelli with such a violent history and had been previously convicted as an Armed Career Criminal, could have been given leniency and released.

At his arraignment yesterday in Suffolk Superior Court, Marcus Colono, 33, of Cambridge, was formally charged in connection with Rapes of two Boston college students in 2008. He was charged with four counts of Aggravated Rape, two counts of Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon, Home Invasion, and Armed Robbery.

At his arraignment, the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office alleges that, in 2008, Colono broke through the apartment door of two female college students in Brighton, tied them up and raped both women while threatening them with a knife.

Although Boston Police had obtained DNA evidence from those rapes, the case had gone unsolved until a Suffolk County Grand Jury ordered him to submit a DNA sample, which ultimately matched the DNA taken from one of the females. That DNA sample was also matched to the brutal Cambridge Home Invasion for which Colono had already been charged.

Briannah Newsom, 22 of Quincy, and Taylor Harrington, 25, of Boston, are both charged with Armed Robbery for their respective roles in the holdup of Home Market Convenience Store in Roslindale this past Sunday.

According to the Boston Police Department, Newsome and Harrington allegedly entered the Home Market sometime after 10:00 p.m. Sunday. Harrington allegedly went behind the counter, showed the clerk a knife and stole money from the register. Both Newsom and Harrington then left in a black car.

Sometime thereafter, store employees from a nearby CVS called Boston Police to report that a man and woman were acting suspiciously after entering the store. In response to the call, Boston Police Officers arrive and detained Newsom and Harrington. A ‘bring back Identification’ was conducted and employees from the Home Market Store identified them as the pair who robbed them earlier that evening.

Edward Washington, 31, of Boston, Massachusetts, was arraigned this morning in the Dorchester Division of the Boston Municipal Court in connection with the September 28th quadruple Murder in Mattapan that claimed the lives of four people, which included a 2 year old child.

Washington was formally arraigned and charged with four counts of First Degree Murder, Armed Assault with Intent to Murder, Armed Robbery, Home Invasion, and Gun Charges.

At Washington’s arraignment this morning, Suffolk County prosecutors alleged that Washington conspired with Dwayne Moore and his cousin, Kimani Washington, to jointly rob the victims at 23 Sutton Street. As written in the Boston Criminal Lawyers Blog on 12/09/10, the suspects allegedly knew that the victim who was initially targeted, Simba Martin, ran a drug business from his Mattapan home and had a stash of drugs and money there. The prosecutor expressed the belief that Washington supplied the guns used the home invasion and murders, but did not reveal, however, whom they believed was the person who actually pulled the trigger that resulted in the four victims being murdered.

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