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Andrews Sentenced To One Year In Jail, Loses License For 15 Years

A Fairhaven woman has been sentenced to two-and a half years in the House of Correction, one year to serve, after she was found guilty last month of motor vehicle homocide and other charges.

Renee Andrews was found guilty in the hit-and-run death of Katelyn Brienzo on Sconticut Neck Rd

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Renee Andrews Found Guilty In Trial Of 2011 Hit & Run

A Fall River jury finds a Fairhaven woman guilty in connection with a fatal hit and run nearly three years ago.

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Photo by Bill Greene / Boston Globe / Getty Images

Hernandez Associate Pleads Not Guilty To Murder

An associate of former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has pleaded not guilty to murder in the shooting death of a man last summer about a mile from Hernandez's home.

Ernest Wallace was arraign

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Jared Wickerham / Getty Images - Aaron Hernandez

Hernandez Returns To Court On June 16

Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez will be back in court next month to answer charges he assaulted an inmate earlier this year, and made threats against a corrections officer and his family

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Fatal Hit-And-Run Trial To Begin This Week

A Fairhaven woman is scheduled to go on trial Tuesday in Fall River for the 2011 hit and run death of a 29 year old disabled woman.

Thirty-seven year old Renee Andrews is charged with motor vehicle homocide, leaving the scene and negligent operation of a motor vehicle

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Callender Receives Life Sentence In Six-Year Old Murder Case

A New Bedford man has been sentenced to life in prison for the fatal stabbing of a man during a melee outside the Fairhaven V-F-W in April, 2008.

A Superior Court Jury convicted 24 year old Brandon Callender of second degree murder earlier this month after 25 hours of deliberation

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Callender Found Guilty Of Second Degree Murder

A New Bedford man has been found guilty of killing a man in a fight outside a Fairhaven VFW post six years ago.

The Bristol County district attorney's office says jurors convicted 24-year-old Brandon Callender of second-degree murder on Friday for the fatal stabbing of 30-year-old Joshua Fitzgerald

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Acushnet Father And Son Given Prison Sentences In Assault Case

An Acushnet father and son are headed to state prison after being convicted in connection with a brutal assault in May, 2011.  Christopher and Jacobs Adams were both found guilty on assault charges earlier this month in Fall River Superior Court

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Judge Amends Bail Conditions For Tanya Singleton

 

A judge has amended bail conditions for New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez's cousin so she may undergo cancer treatments while at home in Connecticut.

The Bristol County district attorney's office says a judge ruled Wednesday that Tanya Singleton may return to Bristol, Conn. She

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Fall River Justice Center

Acushnet Father And Son Found Guilty Of Lesser Charges In Assault Case

A Fall River Superior Court Jury has returned guilty verdicts against a father and son from Acushnet related to the beating of a Taunton man who was left with permanent injuries. 

According to the District Attorney's Office, 55-year-old Christopher Adams and 28-year-old Jacob Adams were found guilty of unarmed robbery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery, but they were acquitted on the most serious charge, assault and battery resulting in serious bodily harm

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