Regional Roundup: Break-in Arrests and New England Patriots High School Coach of the Week
A look at the top headlines around the area for the week of Oct. 21.
Norwood Police arrested a Foxborough man early Thursday morning for larceny and drug possession after a citizen allegedly saw him take items out of a neighboring house.
Lawrence Parnell, 38, of Foxborough, was charged with Larceny from a Building, Entering a Dwelling without Breaking to Commit a Felony, and Possession of a Class B Substance, Cocaine.
According to the NPD, at 4:06 a.m. on Oct. 18, the department received a 911 call from an alert neighbor reporting a prowler on the property of 4 Railroad Ave. - where the house is currently under construction.
The Norfolk Police Department announced Wednesday that they have made two arrests connected to a series of recent housebreaks.
Ryan Traunt, 19 of Milford and Sara Sherillo, 22 of Milford were both arrested by Norfolk Police Detective Nathan Fletcher Wednesday afternoon near the Medway/Millis boarder after a tip led them to their vehicle that matched the description given by one of their victims.
A group of Walpole High School students recently took part in a music video for VH1's 'We are all Blood Brothers' Video Contest.
To enter the contest, which supports VH1's Save the Music Foundation, students in middle schools and high schools across the country had to record a music video to the tune of musician Ingrid Michaelson’s song “Blood Brothers.”
Click the link view the video and to cast your vote: https://www.facebook.com/VH1Music/app_275043742602781?app_data=us_showcase_158_1
Mansfield High School’s Mike Redding was named this week’s New England Patriots High School Coach of the Week in recognition of his team’s 34-14 comeback win over Canton High School on Friday, Oct. 12.
With the victory, Redding became the 46th head coach in Massachusetts football history to record 200 wins. The New England Patriots Charitable Foundation will donate $1,000 to Mansfield High School’s football program in Redding’s name in recognition of his Coach of the Week selection.
Negotiations between the town of Foxborough and the Kraft Group regarding future development at Patriot Place have been delayed again following Tuesday’s vote by the Board of Selectmen to dissolve the town’s negotiating committee.
Foxborough Town Counsel Richard Gelerman advised the board to dissolve the committee, which was appointed by selectmen in September, because it was subject to Open Meeting Law.
Shultz's Guest House was created out of the love for dogs and the need to save the ones that are mistreated.
Annie Cole, one of the staff for the shelter describes the facility as a "Disneyland for dogs." Not only are they able to run around on a 200 acre property, but they are able to feel safe.
"What people don't know is that when we rescue these dogs, their spirits are intact. They're just desperate for attention," she said.