Archive | May, 2017

Holyoke senior class urged by Hampden DA Anthony Gulluni to stay sober, focused when driving a car

Deadline extended for Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni

“Stop the Swerve” – Hampden District Attorney PSA on distracted driving  BY PATRICK JOHNSON, The Republican HOLYOKE – On the final day of school, Holyoke High School seniors were given a simple message from officials with the Hampden District Attorney’s Office: you don’t want to see us again. Hampden DA Anthony Gulluni, assistant district attorney […]

No Wrongdoing Suspected in Westfield Crash

No Wrongdoing Suspected in Westfield Crash

May 22, 2017 -Westfield- On Saturday, May 20th, the Westfield Police Department contacted the Massachusetts State Police Detective Unit assigned to Hampden District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni’s Office, for assistance in investigating a motor-vehicle/pedestrian crash involving an eleven year old boy. This crash occurred at the intersection of Pochassic Street and Atwater Street in Westfield. The […]

Longmeadow High School Awarded $10,000 Prize as Part of Hampden DA’s Stop the Swerve Campaign

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May 16, 2017 -Springfield- Hampden District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni today presented students and faculty of Longmeadow High School an award of $10,000 for their winning submission in the District Attorney’s Impaired Driving Public Service Announcement and Billboard Challenge. The award will be used to upgrade the school’s technological capabilities. In March, students from than […]

Victim in Holyoke home-invasion homicide identified

Victim in Holyoke home-invasion homicide identified

4.28.17 HOLYOKE – Jose Espada and Sammy Lozada, seated in blue behind glass in background, are arraigned on murder charges Friday in Holyoke District Court. Espada, Lozada and Madeline Garcia were ordered held without right to bail after pleading not guilty to murder, armed home invasion and assault and battery. Jack Flynn By Patrick Johnson  […]

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