Springfield man who shot former brother-in-law in groin found guilty of home invasion

Chief Farnsworth described the incident as a "home invasion." "It’s not a random act. We have some good leads, and we are currently questioning a person of interest," Farnsworth said. Springfield police stopped a 19-year old man riding a bicycle on Fountain Street in that city about 90 minutes after the initial call.

Hours after she died from a debilitating lung condition in October last year, he was found dead at home wearing her pink dressing gown. Mrs Cross’s sister Dawn Jones told the inquest her brother-in.

a five-shot .38-caliber revolver. goldsberry has a concealed weapons permit and says the gun has made her feel safer living alone. But she felt anything but safe when she heard a man yelling to open.

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass (WWLP) – A Springfield man has been found guilty on multiple charges in connection with a 2018 home invasion. The Hampden County District Attorney’s Office told 22News, 23.

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Former Springfield businessman guilty in multi-million dollar scheme. Two other co-defendants are still awaiting trial in the case: Richard Hall Bachman, 68, of Austin, Texas and Angela Slavey Posey, 50, of Springfield. All four defendants were charged as part of a 57-count indictment in June of 2013.

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SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) – A man charged for shooting his pregnant girlfriend who later died at the hospital has pleaded not guilty. Travis Hypes, 25, was arraigned at the Clark County courthouse.

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A Springfield man was arrested Thursday night on drug and weapon charges after police responded to a report of a home invasion. The man taken into custody was running out of the apartment in the 300 block of Lannert Avenue when police arrived. A woman with him was detained but not arrested.