Tag Archive for Newbury

UPDATE: Driver Identified in Fatal Crash on Route 95 in Georgetown

Driver Identified as Narragansett Rhode Island Man, in Fatal Crash in GeorgetownUPDATE:  Massachusetts State Police Release — 07152017 — Driver Identified in Fatal Crash on Route 95 in Georgetown The 67-year-old deceased driver in yesterday’s crash on Route 95 in Georgetown has been identified as Paul Girard, from Narragansett, Rhode Island. The cause of the…

State Police Investigating Fatal Crash on Route 95 in Georgetown

Massachusetts State Police Media Release—07142017—State Police Investigating Fatal Crash on Route 95 in Georgetown At about 2:30 p.m., State Police from the Newbury Barracks responded to a report of a crash on Route 95 North in Georgetown, which resulted in the death of one occupant. Preliminary investigation by Trooper Matthew Topping indicates that a 2012…

Troopers Investigating Fatal Crash into Bridge Abutment in Newbury

At 12:18 a.m. today Massachusetts State Police responded to a single-vehicle crash on Route 95 northbound at Exit 55 in Newbury. Upon arrival at the scene, Trooper Christopher Kane found a pickup truck that crashed into the abutment of the Central Street bridge and then caught on fire. The driver and lone occupant of the…

Two Men Arrested in Haverhill with Heroin & Firearm

Massachusetts State Police Release – 06272015 – Two Men Arrested in Haverhill with Heroin & Firearm Last evening, at approximately 5:30 p.m., Trooper Patrick McCrave of the State Police Newbury Barracks stopped a Chrysler 300 on Interstate 495 Southbound in Haverhill for a motor vehicle violation. The driver was identified as JOSEPH A ROBERTS, 23,…

Man Arrested In Newburyport Charged With OUI

The suspect in the earlier arrest by troopers on I 95 in Newburyport has been charged with Operating Under the Influence of Liquor and Marked Lanes Violation. NICHOLAS F. CAMMANN, 32, of Aquinnah, Mass. was charged with the additional charges after an investigation by troopers from the Newbury Barracks. The New Hampshire State Police continue to…