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Framingham Man Arrested Following Threats To Pregnant Woman

FRAMINGHAM- A woman who is seven months pregnant was forced to jump from a moving vehicle early Saturday morning to seek help after her ex-boyfriend threatened her with a BB gun. Police say the woman was receiving a ride home from her ex-boyfriend, 36-year-old Framingham resident Zaid B. Shabazz, following a Celtics game the pair had attended when he became agitated that she was ignoring his advances. He then began accusing her of stealing his marijuana before pulling a BB gun from his waistband and threatening to shoot the victim in the chest. Fearing for her life, the woman jumped out of the moving pickup truck and ran to the Shell gas station on Waverly Street to call police. Officers wer

Holiday Surprise

During this time of the year, surprises seem to be all around us. For this Marlborough resident helping others us a year-round commitment. This time, one of his friends was the target of one of his heartwarming surprises.

Hudson Man Provides False ID, Damages Police Cruiser During Arrest

HUDSON- A Hudson man and his accomplice are facing a long list of charges after being caught attempting to steal an ATV. 27-year-old Che Meranda, who originally identified himself as Tyrone Wade, and his juvenile accomplice were approached by a Hudson Police Officer after they received a call of a suspicious van parked in a neighbor's driveway and two males attempting to enter a storage shed behind a home on Cox Street. The pair claimed they had been meeting someone at the home to buy an ATV, yet they did not have any identification with them and denied having any connection to the suspicious van. When officers asked for proof that they were meeting someone at that location, Merenda went int

Hopkinton Police Raise Funds For Members Of The Community Battling Cancer

HUDSON- When Hopkinton Police Officer Brian Sanchioni first heard about the Pink Patch Project, he knew right away it was something the Department should get involved with. “It seemed like a cool idea; it seemed like a cause-worthy idea that I didn’t see why we wouldn’t be able to do it,” said Sanchioni, praising the department for their hard work in fundraising. Hopkinton Police Department sold all 300 patches they had ordered, and chose to donate all proceeds to local residents fighting their battle against cancer through the Cops For Kids With Cancer Foundation. One of the recipients, local resident Kelly Benson, expressed her gratitude for the department’s efforts that are helping her fa

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