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Sutter Takes Out Papers To Run For Mayor Of Fall River
Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter has pulled nomination papers to run for Mayor in the city of Fall River.
But in a statement given to the Herald News,  the District Attorney said he would not begin his campaign till after the conclusion of a court hearing next Monday to determine whet…
Special Prosecutor Appointed In Fall River Probe
Bristol District Attorney Sam Sutter has appointed a special prosecutor to investigate whether Fall River Mayor William Flanagan used a gun to intimidate a city councilor.
Sutter says former state and federal prosecutor William Connolly will look into the allegation...
Discovery Of Body At Weld Square Ruled A Homicide
The Bristol County District Attorney's Office has ruled the discovery of a body in New Bedford as a homicide.
The man, identified as 32-year-old Edson A. Ramos of New Bedford, was found early Sunday morning near Weld Square. Police had responded to the area adjacent to Route 18 near the Route 19…
Making Good Decisions Subject Of Student Forum At Keith
Sixth grade students at Keith Middle School heard from several speakers Wednesday during a "Your Future, Your Decision" forum sponsored by District Attorney Sam Sutter.
Speakers suggested students should think twice before texting hurtful photos or messages to others because those m…
Fourth Arrest In Months-Old New Bedford Homicide
Another arrest is made in connection with a November 2013 homicide in New Bedford.
Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter's Office says 29-year-old Antonio Rodrigues, Jr. of Summer Street has been arrested and charged with firearm-armed assault with intent to murder and accessory to murder after…
Sutter Hopes For Trial Date In Hernandez Case
Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter spoke generally about the Aaron Hernandez murder case during an appearance Tuesday on WBSM.
The former Patriot has been charged with murder in the death of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd earlier this year in North Attleboro.

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