John Maguire

Lookout Driver Pleads Guilty To 2nd-Degree Murder In Woburn Officer's KillingScott Hanright, 23, changed his plea in the murder of Officer John Maguire.
Woburn Post Office Named After Officer John 'Jack' MaguireThe Woburn Post Office was renamed after Officer John “Jack” Maguire who was shot and killed while responding to a burglary at Kohl’s the night after Christmas.
Mass. Board Votes To Parole 3 Convicted Of MurderIt's the first time anyone serving up to a life sentence has been granted early release since the fatal 2010 shooting of Woburn police officer John Maguire by a parolee.
Report: 11 Mass. Convicts Serving Life Sentences To Be ParoledOne year ago, a Woburn officer was shot and killed by a parolee. A year later, potentially dangerous convicts out on parole continue to be a concern.
Bill Would Rename Woburn Post Office For Slain OfficerThe U.S. post office in Woburn could soon bear the name of John Maguire, a veteran town police officer who was killed last year in the line of duty.
DA Announces Developments In Woburn Police MurderProsecutors plan to release new developments in connection with the fatal shooting of a Massachusetts police officer.
Council Approves Nominees To Mass. Parole BoardThe Governor's Council has confirmed Gov. Deval Patrick's four nominees to the embattled state parole board.
Victims' Families Ask State To Tighten Parole StandardsThe father of a 27-year-old teacher who was raped and stabbed to death by a repeat offender is urging lawmakers to toughen the state's parole system.
Lawmakers To Hold Parole Overhaul Hearing About 'Melissa's Law'Massachusetts lawmakers are preparing to hear testimony on the best ways to overhaul the state's parole system.
Mass. Lawmakers Discuss Proposed Parole ChangesBeacon Hill lawmakers are set to holding a news conference Monday afternoon to speak about the bills they are putting forth in an effort to reform the state's parole system.
Interviews Set For Mass. Parole Board NomineesThe Governor's Council is set to begin hearings on Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick's nominees to the embattled state parole board.
Lawmakers Seek Parole Changes After Woburn Officer KillingA bipartisan group of Massachusetts lawmakers wants to do away with parole for anyone serving more than one life sentence after a parolee released from three life sentences allegedly killed a police officer.