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Police have arrested Mauricio Velasquez, of Springfield, in connection with a car accident that killed his own 3-year-old child and the 71-year-old driver of another vehicle Saturday.
Velasquez, the operator of a white van allegedly traveling at a high rate of speed, was taken to Baystate Medical Center with serious injuries. He was later arrested and charged with drunken driving, two counts of vehicular homicide, two counts of causing serious injury while operating under the influence, a marked lane violation, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, child endangerment while operating under the influence, operating without a license, and one count of having a child under 5-years-old in a car without a car seat, police said.
Police and firefighters are still investigating the crash that occurred in the area of Hendrick Street just after 3:30 p.m. Police say Velasquez allegedly lost control of his vehicle, struck a guardrail and ended up on the opposite side of the road where he collided with blue pick-up truck. Both vehicles suffered extensive damage and firefighers used the Jaws of Life to extricate the victims from the vehicles, police said.
Charles Hoffman, 71, of Easthampton, died in the accident. He was driving the pick-up truck. His 69-year-old female passenger was seriously injured in the accident and was admitted to Baystate Medical Center, according to First Assistant District Attorney Steven E. Gagne of the Northwest District Attorneys office.
A male passenger in the van, whose name and age were not released, was also taken to Baystate Medical Center with serious injuries. The child’s name was not released, Gagne said.
Velasquez was arrested at Baystate Medical Center and is being held on $50,000.00 cash bail. He is scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Northampton District Court, depending on his medical condition.
Easthampton police, Massachusetts State Police assigned to the Northwestern District Attorney’s Office, and the state police collision analysis and reconstruction section are investigating.
State Police today released the name of the 71-year-old Wakefield man who was killed on Interstate 95 in Reading Tuesday night when he was struck by a car driven by an allegedly drunk Brockton woman.
Vittorio Recupero had pulled his Hyundai Tucson over in the breakdown lane and was standing outside the vehicle at about 8:20 p.m. when he was struck by a Toyota Scion allegedly driven by Mary Grigoriadis, 32, State Police said.
Recupero was transported to Lahey Clinic in Burlington where he died of his injuries, State Police said.
A Massachusetts State Police trooper was hurt after being struck by a driver who then took off from the scene.
The trooper was struck on the Mass Pike Eastbound in Grafton around 1 o’clock in the morning Wednesday.
The trooper was being treated at UMass Medical Center in Worcester. He was believed to have some bruising to his face.
Investigators had not given any description of the car, except to say that there was possible passenger side damage. The only damage to the patrol car was a broken mirror. The trooper was the one that called for help after the accident.
The trooper was taken to the hospital as a precaution. 7News was told he had some bruising and was able to walk on his own. His exact condition was unknown but he was expected to be okay. Other troopers remained on the scene reconstructing the accident.
More information was expected to be released by Mass State Police Wednesday morning.
A Watertown man who allegedly left the scene of an accident after striking two cyclists while driving while drunk was arraigned in Brighton District Court on Thursday.
Joseph Besnilian, 23, of Watertown, faces charges of driving under the influence of alcohol two counts of leaving the scene of an accident causing personal injury, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office.
The prosecutor, Assistant District Attorney Sheila Lawn, asked for a bail of $5,000, but Besnilian was released on his own recognizance by Judge David Donnelly. He must also wear a GPS monitor, refrain from driving, remain drug and alcohol-free, and abide by a curfew.
According to prosecutors, Boston Police officers responded to Lincoln and Franklin streets at approximately 12:40 this morning to find emergency medical personnel treating two bicyclists who had been struck by a vehicle that then left the scene. A 25-year-old Watertown woman suffered injuries to both legs, while a 26-year-old Tyngsboro man received head and facial injuries. Both were taken to Massachusetts General Hospital for treatment.
While police and emergency personnel were at the accidents scene, an officer at North Beacon Street stopped a Volkswagen Jetta that was making loud scraping noises. When questioned, Besnilian reportedly slurred his speech and said he did not hit anyone. Looking at the car, however, police found blood sprayed on the passenger side and a broken passenger’s side mirror, according to prosecutors.
When questioned at Boston Police Headquarters, Besnilian reportedly told police that he had been drinking and “smoking weed” at his apartment before going to a club in Cambridge and then heading out to check out the area in the wake of Tuesday’s Red Sox win, prosecutors said.
An 18-year-old driver faces charges in the Thursday night crash that claimed the life of an 87-year-old Webster man, Deputy Police Chief Rodney Budrow said today.
Frank Lewandowski of 77 Worcester Road was pronounced dead at Harrington Healthcare at Hubbard, police said in a statement.
The two-car accident occurred about 6:30 p.m. at Gore Road (Route 16) and Rawson Road, just past Indian Ranch.
Sydney Latour of 55 Upper Gore Road was cited for failing to stop at a stop sign, negligent driving and motor vehicle homicide, Deputy Chief Budrow said.
Ms. Latour, who was driving a 2006 Acura, was transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center — University Campus in Worcester, said Timothy J. Connolly, spokesman for Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. A UMass spokesman said she was treated and released Thursday night.
Mr. Lewandowski was driving a 2010 Toyota Yaris. There were no passengers in either car.
Officials said the intersection has been the site of many accidents over the years.
The investigation is being conducted by Officer James Young, Jr. and members of the Central Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council. Both cars are at the police station waiting to be examined, the deputy chief said.
No one answered the phone today at the Lewandowski residence.
Ms. Latour is a graduate of Marianapolis Preparatory School in Thompson. In January, she became the seventh girl in school history to reach 1,000 points in varsity basketball, the school said in a press release at the time.
Massachusetts state police say four children were injured when their car rolled over on Interstate 291 in Springfield in a drunken driving crash.
Authorities responded to the accident in the westbound lanes near exit 3 at about 11:45 p.m. Saturday. Troopers say the car the children were in collided with another car and flipped over. Police say the children, ages 1 to 10, were treated for non-life threatening injuries at Baystate Medical Center.
A man driving the car with the children was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. His name hasn’t been released. A woman driving the other car wasn’t injured.
Minutes after the accident, there was another drunken driving crash on I-291 eastbound near exit 6 that caused minor injuries. State police say a driver was arrested.
A 37-year-old man is being held on $150,000 bail after his arraignment on charges that he stole a police cruiser this weekend as he ran away from police and struck a police officer with it, prosecutors said.
A not-guilty plea was entered on behalf of Wilfredo Rodriguez in South Boston District Court, the Suffolk district attorney’s office said in a statement.
Rodriguez faces a host of charges, including armed assault with intent to murder, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, breaking and entering a vehicle at night with intent to commit a felony, and leaving the scene of an accident causing personal injury, the statement said.
He was ordered held on another $100 bail on a second set of less serious charges.
Judge Michael Bolden ordered Rodriguez, if he posts bail, to wear a GPS monitor, remain under house arrest, and have no contact with the alleged victims.
Rodriguez is slated return to court Thursday.
Just before 4 a.m. Saturday, police responded to a call of a person breaking into cars at the intersection of Baxter and E streets in South Boston. When officers arrived, Rodriguez fled through several backyards, ignoring commands to stop, the statement said.
Rodriguez then entered an empty police cruiser and drove down Baxter Street. Finding the street blocked by another police vehicle, Rodriguez backed up at a high rate of speed, then drove off. In the process, he struck an officer, knocking him to the ground, the statement said.
Other officers began firing their guns, but no one was hit. Rodriguez continued driving the police car down E Street and onto Old Colony Avenue until he crashed into a guardrail at the JFK/UMass MBTA station. He attempted to flee on foot but was arrested, the statement said.
At the original scene, officers found a Jeep Grand Cherokee and a Mercedes Benz C230 broken into. Police found items, including an iPod, in the Jeep that they believe came from the Mercedes. Other items, including clothing and tools, were found discarded in the backyards that Rodriguez fled through, the statement said.
Rodriguez was not injured. The officer hit by the car and a second officer were both treated at Tufts Medical Center for injuries not considered life-threatening, the statement said.
Rodriguez has 11 prior convictions for breaking and entering, receiving stolen property, and other similar offenses between 2012 and 1994, the statement said.
A Massachusetts State Trooper, who police say was drunk when he was involved in a head-on crash last month in Plymouth, has been suspended.
The crash killed a mother and her adult daughter who were driving home from a Boston Red Sox game.
Flushed and happy, it was the last picture taken of Susan and Juliet Macchi. The mother daughter-duo did everything together and the Red Sox game on September 22 was no different.
Mike Macchi said, “They were inseparable, it was, as a lot of people are saying right now, they were connected at the hip.”
The 64-year-old Carver woman and her 23-year-old daughter were driving home after the game when they were involved in a head-on crash in Plymouth with 25-year-old John Basler. Investigators say the off-duty Massachusetts State Police Trooper had a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit.
On Wednesday, state police suspended the rookie trooper without pay, indefinitely.
We asked Macchi if he thought Basler should ever get his job back.
“I don’t think so. Honestly, I don’t think that would set a very good precedent. His firearm was on him, too. I don’t know if that says what we want it to about our police force.”
Macchi says he isn’t bitter or angry, that his mother, an artist and family therapist, would never want that. He says three lives have been lost. He counts Basler’s, who survived the crash, but was seriously injured, among them.
“He’s 25 years old,” Macchi said. “What 25-year-old doesn’t make a mistake? Granted, in a lot of cases, it doesn’t cost anybody their lives.”
Basler is facing charges of operating under the influence, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, carrying a firearm under the influence and improper storage of his weapon, but Plymouth’s police chief says more charges could follow.
No one came to the door at Basler’s Kingston home, but he has been released from the hospital and is expected to be summonsed to court soon to be arraigned.
But on this day, Macchi wants to focus on his family. Twenty-three-year-old Juliet had just graduated from Harvard University and their unfailingly supportive mother was picking up stakes to head out to California with her as she tried to make her way as a filmmaker.
“Juliet was brilliant,” Macchi said. “She was destined for great things. My family’s not the same. They were a bright light in this family. The brightest.”
As the investigation into exactly what caused the crash continues, the Macchis will be laid to rest. There is a wake for the women in Braintree Wednesday night. A funeral mass will be celebrated for Susan in Braintree Thursday and there will be a Memorial Service for Juliet at Harvard University Saturday.