Dedham Officials Review Rustcraft Road Property for Potential Municipal Use
Officials in Dedham walked through a massive 190,000-square-foot building on Rustcraft Road Wednesday to evaluate whether the property would be a good fit for several municipal offices in town.
The property, at 150 Rustcraft Road in Dedham, is owned by the Davis Companies which bought the site in February at auction.
According to Town Administrator Bill Keegan, Davis Companies is willing to work with Dedham to either lease or sell the building to the town.
- Person in charge not knowledgeable in explaining or demonstrating procedures for cleaning and sanitizing in 3bay sink, unable to properly set up 3bay sink and state the required temperatures for the safe refrigerated storage of potentially hazardous foods.
Observed the interior of ice scoop at ice machine with slime and debris built up.
Observed an unlabeled blue chemical bottle in service area - provide proper label.
Replace burned out light bulbs above 3bay sink.
Re-training of staff needed. Re-inspection scheduled.Note: permit holder will be notified to appear for an administrative hearing with the Superintendent/Director and Sanitarian at the Norwood Health Dept.
Walpole Police arrested a Maple Street man on multiple charges stemming from a domestic incident Sunday that resulted in the man allegedly pushing his girlfriend, grappling with the woman for a 9-month-old baby boy and punching a dog repeatedly in the face during a drunken argument, police said.
Christopher R. DeChellis, 36, of Maple Street, was arrested after the alleged altercation, police said, and charged with domestic assault and battery, animal cruelty and child endangerment.
“He had returned home in [an intoxicated] condition and that appears to be what fueled the initial verbal argument and then that verbal argument escalated to the point where he grabbed the baby from the victim. There was somewhat of a struggle there,” Walpole Deputy Police Chief John Carmichael said.
“He began to use some vulgar language towards his girlfriend. Ended up pushing her, knocking her to the ground,” said Carmichael. “The physical part continued to progress. He was grabbing onto her continuously and at one point he ended up grabbing her by the neck.”
During the altercation the dog in the house "turned on DeChellis," according to police, in order to protect the victim and the baby and may have saved them from further harm.
"It’s almost like the dog was trying to protect her and then he began to just start punching the dog in the face repeatedly,” Carmichael said. “As he focused his attention on the dog the victim was able to escape from the house and get to a neighbor’s house."
Both the woman and the baby were uninjured, police said.
Massachusetts State Police Make Six Arrests at Canton Checkpoint
The Massachusetts State Police conducted a checkpoint on Neponset Street in Canton Friday, April 5. State Police conducted a checkpoint on Neponset Street in Canton, April 5, resulting in the arrest of six people for OUI alcohol and drugs with two criminal summons and issued 88 civil motor vehicle citations.