Christopher Carney has pleaded guilty to rape charges and has been sentenced to 12 to 15 years in State Prison, with five years of probation to run from and after the committed sentence. He must abide by Sex Offender Registry Board registration requirements.
Plans for increased police presence in Central Square will come into sharper focus at a May 30 meeting, but officials are being careful about what it would mean for an area where encounters with drug users and others cause nervousness among residents and tourists.
One break-in occurred at a Leighton Street apartment Wednesday, when a woman was home in her bedroom late at night and screamed when she heard an unknown person open her bedroom door.
Cambridge Police are investigating reports of gunshots from late Tuesday around Sciarappa and and Hurley streets, after first descending on a Fresh Pond neighborhood for the same reason.
Seven men were arrested in a sting operation March 9 at a Cambridge hotel as part of a effort to fight sex trafficking – but none of the johns were from Cambridge.
Police are looking at “an emerging pattern” of housebreaks in the Riverside and Mid-Cambridge neighborhoods, where there have been eight break-ins since March 21.
The “Safe Communities Act” working its way through the Massachusetts Legislature is designed to do what its name suggests: Protect everyone in the community regardless of their citizenship status.
Police are investigating gunshots last night on the 300 block of Elm Street between Cambridge Street and Webster Avenue, near Inman Square.
The man arrived at 8:02 p.m. to the hospital, where a stolen vehicle was recovered out front. Police are searching the area for a man who ran away when police showed up.
Free document shredding will be offered from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. March 11 in front of City Hall, 795 Massachusetts Ave., Central Square.