News briefs: New rash of car breaks reportedBy Mike Berger
Even though Canton police recently solved a major case of home and car breaks, a new rash was reported last week, particularly last Monday night and Tuesday and again from Thursday night to Friday morning. Six car breaks were reported on Tuesday, including two on Wheeler Circle and others in the areas of Diana Drive and Casey Street. Four more were reported on Friday, including multiple break-ins on Neponset Street. Police Lt. Patty Sherrill said it is not yet clear if they are related. Police are asking all motorists to lock their cars and not leave any valuable property out in the open, and to report any suspicious activity to the Police Department.
Firefighters respond to fire on tracks, rollover accident
Canton and Dedham firefighters worked together to extinguish a small brush fire on the railroad tracks approaching the Rte. 128/University Avenue train station on Friday, March 30, shortly after 7 p.m. Firefighters also responded to a one-car rollover accident on Rte. 128 near the Randolph exit around 2 p.m. Thursday. Fire Lt. Brian Marshall said one accident victim was taken to Milton Hospital for treatment.
Canton firefighter graduates from fire academy
Firefighter/paramedic Sean Fallon graduated from the 12-week Massachusetts Firefighter Academy on March 30 and has returned to fill-time duty with the Canton Fire Department. Firefighter/paramedic Keith Ryan entered the academy last week.
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