Region Roundup: Teens Allegedly Held at Knifepoint; Multiple Break-Ins (And More…)
A look at the top headlines in your town and the surrounding area for the week of April 15, 2012.
Stoughton Police responded to the Stoughton skate park, located behind the stands of the Stoughton High football field and across from the O'Donnell Middle School, at 5:04 p.m. on April 13 for a report of stolen bikes.
Police found that two teen victims were allegedly threatened at knifepoint for the two bikes by the two 17-year-old perpetrators, according to the SPD Facebook page.
Both perpetrators were arrested.
Two local residents charged with several Sharon break-ins last summer have been indicted on the charges.
Andrew Busa and Hannah Boraks both pleaded not guilty during their arraignment Tuesday following the Norfolk County grand jury indictments, said David Traub, spokesman for the Norfolk County district attorney's office.
The April 17 hearing occurred in Norfolk Superior Court.
An arrest in Mansfield has a 22-year-old Easton resident in hot water.
Gregory Cotter was arrested in Mansfield on Sunday, April 15 for breaking into a vehicle (felony); larceny over $250; and possession of a burglary instrument.
A Mansfield man helped police out on Wednesday, April 18 after he found a Canton man breaking into his vehicle.
Anthony Fitzpatrick, 20, of Canton was arrested this past week for felony breaking and entering; two counts of malicious destruction of property; felony larceny; and disorderly conduct after allegedly breaking into multiple cars in Mansfield.
Norton High head baseball and football coach Ted Currle will be an assistant coach for the Brockton Rox of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League.
One of his former players, Sean Ryan of Norton and Wheaton College, is an outfielder on the squad.
Currle is currently in his fourth season as the head coach of Norton High School’s football and baseball teams. Norton High baseball has reached the postseason for three straight years under Currle’s tutelage