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Regional Roundup: Dunkin' Donuts Robbed, Saving Local Aid, Child Porn Suspect Arrested and More

A look at the top headlines around the area for the week of Dec. 9, 2012.

Rep. Winslow Delivers Fluff and Top 10 List to Save Local Aid

When Governor Deval Patrick announced his plan to cut local aid as part of an effort to close a projected $540 million budget deficit, State Representative Dan Winslow (Norfolk-R) was quick to suggest that the governor go after the “fluff” before going after local aid.

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Child Porn Suspect Accused of Sending Video to Undercover Police

The suspect in this week's child pornography arrest has been accused of sending underage explicit videos to an undercover state trooper.

The arrest was the culmination of an investigation from last month, according to the Sun Chronicle.

William Koury, 30, or 19 Erick Rd. was arrested on Wednesday and charged with possession and dissemination of child pornography.

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Update: Mansfield Resident Arrested for Child Porn

On Wednesday, December 12, 2012,  The Mansfield Police Department assisted the Massachusetts State Police in the execution of a search warrant at 19 Erick Road in Mansfield. 

Mansfield Police stated that as a result of the State Police search warrant, registered sex offender William Koury, 30, of 1918 Erick Rd. was arrested on Wednesday at around 5 p.m. for possession and dissemination of child pornography. 

He was arraigned in Attleboro District Court on Thursday, December 13, 2012 and held on $250,00.00 cash bail.  His next appearance in court will be January 7, 2012.

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Foxborough Police Looking for Suspect in Dunkin' Donuts Robbery

Foxborough police may have a lead in its investigation of an unarmed robbery that took place at a local Dunkin’ Donuts Tuesday night and are asking the public for further assistance in identifying the suspect.

“We have a photo [of the suspect],” Foxborough Chief of Police Edward O’Leary said. … “We are just hoping that with some help from the public [someone will recognize the suspect] and that will be the trigger to have him identified.”

The unarmed robbery reportedly took place around 10:20 p.m. Tuesday at the Dunkin’ Donuts located at 30 Commercial St. Police were notified of the incident by a patron who thought the robbery was a domestic disturbance between the suspect and the clerk.

What occurred was an alleged scuffle between the suspect and the clerk after the cash drawer was opened to complete a transaction for a doughnut. The suspect allegedly assaulted the clerk before fleeing the Dunkin’ Donuts with an undisclosed amount of cash from the register.

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Harrows is Bringing Chicken Pies to Dedham

Harrows Chicken Pies has been serving the residents of Reading since 1935.  Now Dedham will get the chance to taste the pies that have kept the family business thriving.

"We've been in Reading since 1935 and we wanted to see if other areas would work for us," Wally Arsenault, Co-Owner of the restaurant said. "We like that Dedham is a very busy area and is a family driven community. And chicken pie is something that would be good for any family meal."

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