Reporter

Milton J. Valencia

Valencia covers the federal courts and law enforcement for the Metro desk. He has been with the Globe since 2007, as a regional reporter and as a general assignment reporter on the morning and night shifts. His stories focus on quality-of-life issues, while also analyzing crime trends and law enforcement policies.

Latest stories

NECC technician testifies of compounding drugs, without a license

By , Globe Staff

Joseph Connolly, a pharmacist technician, told a federal jury that he compounded medicines including eye treatments, as did other technicians.

In pharmacy case, widow tells of husband’s brutal decline

By , Globe Staff

Colette Rybinski was the first victim to testify in the first criminal trial related to the outbreak, which killed more than 60 people.

Sampson lawyers want to see mysterious letter juror slipped to the judge

By , Globe Staff

One of the jurors slipped the note into the verdict envelope without it being seen by any of the others.

Ortiz officially resigns her post as federal attorney

By , Globe Staff

US Attorney Carmen M. Ortiz officially resigned from her post effective midnight Friday.