Reputed New Bedford gang member Rayshond Lewis was found dangerous at a hearing today in New Bedford District Court and ordered held without bail.
Lewis, 19, has already been arrested three times this year. The most recent arrest came back on May 8, when he was picked up on multiple charges, after police say he broke into the North End residence of his 22-year-old ex-girlfriend the day before, and
Bristol County District Attorney Thomas Quinn says his office continues to place a high priority on locking up people who carry illegal handguns.
Quinn says like his predecessor, Sam Sutter, he wants to see those people taken off the streets...
A New Bedford man arrested earlier this month on gun and drug charges has been declared a danger to public safety by a District Court Judge. Twenty-four year old Dana Santos will now be held without bail for up to 120-days.
Police arrested Santos on August 8th, and recovered 97 grams of cocaine, a starters pistol that had been modified to fire 22-caliber bullets, a scale and drug-packaging materi
A Boston-area man has been found to be a danger to the community and is being held without bail.
Thomas Scott of Mattapan was found "dangerous" during a hearing Thursday in New Bedford District Court. He'll return to court on February 26th...
30-year-old John Hernandez acknowledged gestures of support from friends as he heard the results of his dangerousness hearing in New Bedford District Court Friday morning.
Hernandez faces multiple charges in connection with the four-hour standoff with police last week at a North End condo complex...