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DA Gulluni hosts ‘Stop the Swerve’ to caution local youth about dangers of distracted driving

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SPRINGFIELD – Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni hosted “Stop the Swerve: An Event to Prevent Impaired Driving” on Thursday night. The event, held at the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, was designed to educate area youth about the perils of impaired driving and included a slew of interactive activities and educational opportunities. One of those opportunities […]

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“Stop the Swerve” event shows dangers of impaired driving

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Hundreds of teens, parents, law enforcement officers and those impacted by impaired driving crowded the Basketball Hall of Fame, Thursday night, for the 2nd annual “Stop the Swerve”. The event demonstrates the dangers of driving under the influence.     Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni hosted the event. He said, “This […]

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Holyoke Students Tour of Hall of Justice

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SPRINGFIELD — Hampden District Attorney Anthony Gulluni hosted the 8th grade students from Holyoke’s Lt. Elmer J. McMahon Elementary School in downtown Springfield on Tuesday as part of the Adopt-a-Class Program. Every year, Gulluni’s office adopts two classes at the beginning of the school year. The program includes the D.A.’s office donating school supplies, a return visit […]

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Western Mass. Dr. Frank Stirlacci denies charges over opioid prescriptions issued while he was imprisoned

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SPRINGFIELD – Dr. Frank Stirlacci, 55, of Ludlow, pleaded not guilty on Friday to charges relating to opioid prescriptions which were issued when he was in jail. On February 9, 2016, Stirlacci surrendered his license to practice medicine by signing a voluntary agreement not to practice. He had offices in both Agawam and Springfield. A […]

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Massachusetts State Police forces raid multiple locations in Springfield, seizing large caches of heroin, cocaine, and cash

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SPRINGFIELD – Massachusetts State Police forces raided multiple drug houses in Springfield on Wednesday morning, seizing large amounts of heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine, and cash, according to a statement released by State Police Thursday. Police said that search warrants were executed at two separate drug houses in the city on Wednesday, though the locations of […]

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Trial date set for Jeffrey Lovell, charged in fatal Chicopee shooting of teen mistaken for burglar

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SPRINGFIELD — A trial date of Sept. 8 has been set for for Jeffery Lovell, charged with manslaughter in the shooting death of a teen he believed was trying to break into his home. Lovell, 43, was charged in connection with the July 16 fatal shooting of 15-year-old Dylan Francisco. He is now free on bail, which was set […]

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