Police following leads in home invasion probe

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Police reported no arrests as of July 25 but continue to follow different leads in an investigation into a home invasion on Arboretum Way that occurred last Tuesday morning, July 18. Police determined that three suspects, described as three Hispanic males wearing hoodies (two blue and one black), forcibly entered the residence of an elderly man and his wife. The man was pistol whipped and was hospitalized with serious but non-life-threatening head injuries. The suspects fled the area in a vehicle believed to be a black Chrysler Pacifica. Two of the suspects were observed to be carrying weapons.

Police Chief Ken Berkowitz said police do not believe it was a random attack, noting that the suspects asked specifically for a person’s name. He added that police believe the suspects came from Boston and the CPD is working closely with Boston Police on the investigation. Anyone with additional information should contact Det. Sgt. Paul Gallagher at 781-828-1212 or Boston Police at 617-343-4328.

Youth recovering after jet ski accident

A 15-year-old male victim suffered serious but non-life-threatening injuries after falling off the back of a jet ski on Reservoir Pond last week. The incident occurred on Friday, July 21, around 4 p.m. near the part of the pond that abuts Williams Street. The victim, who received extensive injuries to both arms, was given advanced life support by Canton paramedics and transported to Mass. General Hospital. Fire Lt. Ryan Patrician said earlier this week that the boy’s condition was improving and he is expected to recover. Responding to the scene were Fire Lt. Tom Norton, Firefighter/EMTs Wayne Macdonald and Robert Lynch, and Firefighter/Paramedics Sean Fallon and Leo Reardon …

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