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.
Former Wrentham Co-operative employee Debra S. Antonitis was charged with three counts of mail fraud and one count of wire mail.
The woman, Debra S. Antonitis, 45, is being charged with three counts of mail fraud and one count of wire mail.
The Mansfield High football team is going Bowling again.
After beating Duxbury, 23-19, Tuesday night at Bridgewater-Raynham High School in the Division 2 playoffs during a snowy showdown.
"Our kids come back every week and keep working, win or lose," Mansfield head coach Michael Redding said.
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.