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Regional Roundup: Murder Suspect Charged, Overnight Break-in and More

A round up of local headlines for the week of May 5.

 

Dedham and Westwood Firemen Honored for Saving Teen from Swamp

Thursday night the Dedham Board of Selectmen and Liberty Mutual honored the firefighters who rescued a 17-year-old from a swamp by East Street in Dedham.

On March 1, Dedham and Westwood firefighters responded to a teen that was stuck in muddy waters. The effort took over an hour in freezing temperatures, according to officials.

"The individual was lucky that there were professionals that were trained and worked as brothers to get this boy out," Selectman Jim MacDonald said.

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Unsal's Pizzeria & Ristorante, 655 Washington Street

Two sanitizer spray bottles too strong in concentration - corrected on site.

Wet wipe cloths on surfaces throughout restaurant - must be stored in a bucket of sanitizer solution at proper concentration.

Post food allergy notice at point of service.

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Stoughton Murder Suspect Charged with Killing Ex-Wife

The man arrested for killing his estranged wife in her Stoughton home was arraigned in Stoughton District Court Monday afternoon, charged with murder.

Willie Foster, 47, of Dorchester, was taken into custody by Boston Police Monday morning in Mattapan. He is charged with killing Anita Clark, 46, who was found dead at her 76 Glen Echo Blvd. home in Stoughton Saturday evening.

Foster, who appeared in court wearing a Boston Red Sox pullover, pled not guilty to the murder charge.

Clark died after suffering multiple stab wounds - more than 20 in total, according to the autopsy, Lynn Beland, Assistant District Attorney for the office of Norfolk County District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey, said.

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Foxborough Police Investigating Overnight Break-In of Route 1 Dunkin’ Donuts

Foxborough police are investigating a break-in that occurred early Tuesday morning at the 16 Washington St. Dunkin’ Donuts on Route 1.

An alarm company notified police of the break-in, reporting the restaurant’s motion detector and cash office alarms were triggered just after 2 a.m. Tuesday, according to Foxborough Police Chief Edward O’Leary.

“Upon arrival, an officer saw the drive-thru window had been smashed out and they initiated a search of the immediate area,” O’Leary said.

Foxborough received assistance from Walpole police and a K-9 unit, which was able to track a scent to Meadowview Road, according to O’Leary.

The suspects, according to O’Leary, are described as two males who were wearing hoodies and black ski masks. O’Leary said they reportedly left the Dunkin’ Donuts with “a large jar of change.”
Zootie Maguire May 11, 2013 at 06:22 PM
This story reflects the need for every town to have a K-9 Unit....especially in Norwood.

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