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Rosiello convicted of murdering wife

WORCESTER – A Shrewsbury man accused of beating his wife to death in front of their two children was found guilty today in Worcester Superior Court of first-degree murder. A jury convicted Keith Rosiello, 49, in the Feb. 3, 2010, slaying of Maureen Rosiello, 44, in the family’s home in Shrewsbury.

Chesko sentenced to life in prison for Rutland killing

WORCESTER – The sister-in-law of murder victim Francis P. Spokis walked up to the courtroom’s rail and immediately addressed the woman guilty of killing the Rutland father and husband in his home over three years ago.

Julie Corey sentenced to life in prison for murdering woman and stealing her unborn baby – The Boston Globe

Julie Corey, who was found guilty last week of murdering a 23-year-old woman and stealing her unborn child in 2009, was sentenced today to life in prison. After a two-week trial, a Worcester County Superior Court jury found that Corey beat and strangled Darlene Haynes in her Worcester apartment, and cut the baby from her womb.

Fitchburg man found guilty of wife’s murder by morphine poisoning

A Fitchburg man was sentenced to life imprisonment without parole today Wed. Dec. 12 after being convicted of first-degree murder in the morphine poisoning death of his 27-year-old wife.

Northbridge couple sentenced to 16-22 years for child rapes

WORCESTER – A judge sentenced a Northbridge woman to 18 to 22 years in prison Monday and her husband to 16 to 20 years for sexually assaulting two children who were in the couple’s care.

Latest rape means more jail time for former Rutland officer

A former police officer already serving a 10- to 12-year prison sentence after being convicted of raping one woman was sentenced to an additional 18 to 20 years behind bars yesterday for the rape of another woman.

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