Dirk Greineder, the Wellesley allergist convicted of murder in 2001, has appealed his case.
The former Wellesley allergist convicted of murdering is wife will be in court today. Dirk Greineder, who in 2001 was convicted of the 1999 murder of his wife, will be before a Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court judge this morning to present an appeal of his conviction based on a June U.S. Supreme Court ruling on DNA testimony. According to WCVB.com, at Greineder’s trial, a DNA expert testified for the prosecution despite not actually handling the testing.
Local cops made two drunk driving arrests, including one of a Franklin man who crashed into a telephone pole.
WPD helps Reading Police arrest woman accused of domestic assault and battery On Feb. 7, at 1:46 a.m., Adela Porter, 46, of Wellesley was arrested and charged with domestic assault and battery. According to a police report, Wellesley Police had been contacted by Reading Police, who said they had probable cause to arrest Porter after an alleged incident in that town. Wellesley officers apprehended Porter at her home and performed a courtesy booking for Reading Police. Brighton man charged with OUI On Feb. 7, at 10:35 p.m., Alan P. Ruane, 36, of Brighton was arrested and charged with operating under the influence of alcohol. An officer patrolling Washington Street observed a pickup truck, driven by Ruane, traveling 45 miles per hour in an …