A Massachusetts school superintendent is criticizing that state’s family service agency for its alleged negligence in the disappearance of the five-year-old son of a New Britain man.
A Connecticut man who has led searches for his missing 5-year-old son in Massachusetts has been charged with selling heroin.
The Boston Globe reports that Jose Oliver of New Britain, the father of a missing Massachusetts 7-year-old, is seeking custody of his other two children.
About 30 people attended a court hearing in Massachusetts Tuesday, to support Jose Oliver of New Britain, whose five-year-old son has been missing for months. The child’s mother’s current boyfriend is held without bail in the disappearance and the judge set $100,000 bail for his mother.
Connecticut running backs Lyle McCombs and Martin Hyppolite combined for 157 yards rushing and two touchdowns to lead Connecticut to a 24-17 win over Buffalo on Saturday.