Boston Police Union Condemns District Attorney's 'Reckless' Comments.
The Boston Police Union have condemned out District Attorney Rachael Rollins after she called cops “murderers” in a tweet. [Boston Herald]
Clark University Ends Relationship With Worcester Police Following Protests.
The university has cut ties after viewing video taken by students who were pepper-sprayed and arrested. [WCVB]
Foster Mother Indicted For Death Of Two-Year-Old Girl.
Kimberly Malpass, 39, has been indicted in the 2015 death of the 2-year-old and the injury of a second child that was in her custody at the time. [WCVB]
New Coronavirus Testing Sites To Open In Massachusetts.
Backed by Federal funding, 20 additional sites will open in July, Gov. Baker recently shared in a press conference. [Patch]
Elizabeth Warren Joined Protesters On Tuesday In D.C.
Warren joined to protest after sharing her dislike of the ‘sickening and appalling’ White House response. [Boston.com]
Billerica Police Find Cocaine In Sandy Pond.
Police responded to a neighbor's call of a floating package in the pond. Upon arrival, they discovered 4 pounds of cocaine. [Boston Herald]
Thousands Of Protesters Gathered On Beacon Street On Tuesday Night.
Thousands took part in a peaceful protest against police brutality with some police taking a knee to show their support. [NECN]
Minnesota Attorney General’s Office To Make Announcement In George Floyd Case.
The Attorney General's Office is scheduled to make an announcement in the case this afternoon. [WHDH]
Man Reportedly Caught Urinating In Almond Milk At Store.
The Stoughton man is facing charges for attempted poisoning after urinating in almond milk at a Stop & Shop in Brockton last week. [Boston.com]
Latest Number Of Coronavirus Cases By Town.
The state now has more than 100K cases with Boston containing the highest number of cases. [CBS Local]
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