Monday, June 27, 2011
Also, Officer O'Neil finds dead deer and car parts on West Main Street.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, June 27, 2011
June 20, 9:52 a.m. Ashland Police requested a cruiser for Clinton Street to help them create a perimeter around a Breaking and Entering that just occurred. Officer Shane responded to Clinton Street. 2:19 p.m. - Caller on South Barn Road said her mailbox was damaged between noon and now. Officer Powers said it appeared someone backed into the mailbox and may not have known. 2:29 - Officers Shane and Powers responded to a crash just over the line from East Main Street on Ashland's West Union Street. Officer Powers assisted Medflight. which landed at the Congregational Church in Hopkinton. 3:14 p.m. - A Walker Street caller said her neighbor was doing something in the garage and the neighborhood smelled of gasoline. Officer O'Neil spoke to …
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
They have been released from the hospital and are doing well, friends say.
UPDATE: People who identified the car of a woman and her daughter who were hit head-on on Rte. 135 Monday said both mom and daughter have been released from the hospital and are doing OK. One man was taken by Lifeflight helicopter to an advanced trauma center in Boston and a Hopkinton woman and her daughter were sped to UMass Medical Center in Worcester after a serious accident Monday afternoon. The rescues followed a head-on crash just over the Hopkinton line in Ashland on West Union Street (Rte. 135) around 2:30 p.m. Lt. Richard Briggs said Ashland Police are investigating what caused a 54-year-old Longmeadow man to lose control of his late-model Ford F-150 pickup truck, cross the double-yellow line and strike an oncoming westbound car…
Monday, June 13, 2011
Forty-seven-year-old Frank Ceccaroni appeared in Woburn District Court Monday for a dangerousness hearing after leading State Police on a drunken, high-speed chase and crash last Wednesday morning.
A Holliston man who drunkenly crashed into a tractor trailer on I-93 South in Medford at the end of a high-speed chase with State Police last Wednesday will be held at Middlesex Jail in Cambridge until a probable cause hearing next month. Following a dangerousness hearing Monday morning in Woburn District Court (WDC), 47-year-old Frank S. Ceccaroni Jr., of 22 Summer St., will remain in Middlesex Jail until his next appearance on July 13. Ceccaroni had been in jail since his arraignment last Wednesday. Following the crash, Ceccaroni was treated and released at Massachusetts General Hospital and booked at the State Police barracks in Medford before being arraigned at WDC later Wednesday. He was charged with operating under the influence of …