Teen in critical after assault in Everett, following house party.
Cops on Monday were still investigating what happened to an 18-year-old woman who was found unconscious in the driveway of an Everett family’s home.
The unnamed victim is reportedly in critical, at Massachusetts General Hospital, where she was taken after the resident of an Appleton St. home heard and scream and found her outside at 6:45 a.m. Saturday.
"It's very emotional. It's very upsetting to see a person lying there. It could have been my own kids," homeowner Jeff D'Amico told local ABC.
"I thought it was someone who passed, right there, meaning they were dead.”
The woman is believed to have come from a nearby house party.
"Unfortunately, this may have been an assault on someone who had been drinking with a group of people at a nearby home and who may have been attacked after leaving that party," District Attorney Marian Ryan said in a statement.
“Investigators are speaking with individuals who were with the victim in an effort to form a complete picture of what led up to the victim being outside and on the ground when she was discovered.”
Cameras from a nearby park reportedly may aid the probe.
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Lynn resident Patricia Miller charged with drugged driving after store crash.
A 55-year-old who slammed into The Rapid Refill in Beverly has been charged with operating under the influence of drugs, disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest, officials said Monday.
Patricia Miller, of Lynn, slammed into the convenience store Sunday at 3 p.m., destroying the glass front, the AP reports.
The car didn’t stop into it was fully inside.
None of the workers inside were injured.
The AP reports: “Police say she was ‘‘combative’’ after the crash. She refused to leave her vehicle and had to be carried to a police cruiser by three troopers.”