Jerome Campbell

Jerome Campbell writes about law enforcement, crime, and those most affected by the criminal justice system. He previously worked at the Los Angeles Times.

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Widow of slain Weymouth police sergeant weeps, cries out in courtroom at shooting suspect

By , Globe Staff

As Emanuel Lopes, 21, was escorted from a Norfolk Superior courtroom Thursday, Cynthia Chesna called him several expletives, then broke into a loud sob.

Somerville man charged with hate crime after allegedly yelling racial slurs

By , Globe Staff

A clerk said Andrew DeCarlo, 36, became angry, calling him two racial epithets and telling him to go back to his own country, police said.

In Saugus, winds topped 70 miles per hour as storm tore through town

By Danny McDonald and , Globe Staff

The storm containing the remnants of Hurricane Florence brought a deluge of rainfall Tuesday.

Haverhill man charged in indecent assault against Fenway Park worker

By , Globe Staff

Prosecutors say Brandon Noyes poked the breast of an elevator attendant at Fenway Park Sunday while stating “it’s my birthday.”