02, Sep 2014 - Man sentenced for Massachusetts carjacking
The Associated Press PITTSFIELD, Mass. (AP) - A Virginia man authorities say went on a multistate crime spree, partying with college students along the way, and bragging about his exploits on social media, has been sentenced to up to six years in prison in Massachusetts. The Berkshire Eagle reports that Michael Tarpeh was sentenced Wednesday after pleading guilty to charges in connection with a ...
01, Sep 2014 - Berkshire, MA Man gets 2 more years for having makeshift weapon
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- A Massachusetts man previously sentenced to nearly 22 years on federal drug and gun charges has gotten two additional years for possessing a makeshift weapon.
01, Sep 2014 - Up to 6 years in prison for carjacking, assault at Lee turnpike plaza
By Andrew Amelinckx, Berkshire Eagle Staff PITTSFIELD -- A Virginia man who allegedly went on a cross-country crime spree in 2013 and tweeted about it was sentenced to up to six years in state prison for a carjacking on the Massachusetts Turnpike.
30, Aug 2014 - Berkshire, MA Massachusetts sex offender sent back to prison
SALEM (AP) -- A convicted rapist has been sent back to prison for violating his probation by cutting off a GPS monitoring device and crossing state lines with a 16-year-old boy.
29, Aug 2014 - Berkshire, MA Virginia Man Convicted of Morgantown Crimes, Sentenced in Massachusetts
A Virginia man convicted of malicious assault and grand larceny in Morgantown has been sentenced on carjacking charges in Massachusetts.Michael Moses Tarpeh, 24, pleaded guilty to the charges and was sentenced to at least five and no more than six years in prison after serving his West Virginia prison sentence. Prosecutors said Tarpeh threatened a man, punched him, then stole his car keys and ...
03, Apr 2014 - Pittsfield, MA Effort to close N. Adams hospital ER back in court today
Lawyers for the state attorney generaland#8217;s office and for Northern Berkshire Health and Berkshire Medical Center are heading back to Superior Court this afternoon in response to a request to revise a temporary restraining order and immediately close North Adams Regional Hospital's emergency department, according to a press release from the Massachusetts Nurses Association.