Regional Roundup: Bank Fraud, Masked Robbery and the MIAA Superbowl
A smattering of news from around the region.
The family of a young woman killed in a 2008 car crash following a Country Music Festival concert at Gillette Stadium has filed a lawsuit against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, claiming he is "partly responsible" for the tragedy.
Dedham police are on the lookout for a masked male party suspected of robbing the Family Dollar Store on Bussey Street Sunday night.
A plea deal has been agreed to between the U.S. Attorney's Office and
a North Attleboro woman who took over $100,000 from Wrentham
Co-operative Bank while employed by the bank.
If approved in U.S. District Court, Debra Antonitis will plead guilty
to bank fraud according to the U.S. Attorney's Massachusetts Office.
This time, there was no dramatic comeback as the Reading High football team got revenge for their loss to Mansfield in the 2010 Division 2 Super Bowl with a 27-7 win in the Division 2 Super Bowl at Bentley University in Waltham Saturday afternoon.
Mansfield scored the first time they touched the ball on a long pass from junior quarterback Kyle Wisnieski to sophomore wide-receiver Brendan Hill for a 7-0 lead in the first quarter at the 8:16 mark.
Unfortunately, the Hornets couldn't mount much offense the rest of the day. Instead, it was Rockets, who were able to score against the Mansfield defense, putting 27 straight points on the scoreboard.
On Wednesday Nov. 21 at 2:30 a.m., Norwood Police Patrolman Shawn Wilman was patrolling on Coach Lane. Coach Lane and Mill Pond Lane form a circle off of Union Street in Norwood.
Weeks prior, the area had been targeted by someone who was breaking into unsecured motor vehicles in residents’ driveways. In one night a thief entered 30 unlocked vehicles in the neighborhood.