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As the picket-happy church threatens to come to Boston, we thought it's worth clarifying that it has absolutely nothing to do with Westborough.
Opinion, Police & Fire
Our strange police news round-up this week includes a 911 caller who made an inappropriate request.
Also in unusual police news this week, a house was egged thrice and a failed attempt to use a Dumpster caused problems.
Also in unusual or quirky police news this week, we took note of a driver who had no hope of avoiding arrest, a mother and son duo and a case meant for ghostbusters.
Also in unusual police news, a caller tracked the whereabouts of a curious turkey.
Also in unusual police news, a man drove up on the lawn of the Alcoholics Anonymous founder's birthplace.
In other unusual police news, a neighbor dispute led to an inappropriate display.
Also in unusual police news, a man was considered suspicious because he was looking for bathroom products for his cat.
In other unusual police news, police had to help a woman find a commonly used button in her car.
Also in unusual news, a resident suspected a neighbor of running a drug lab.
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