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Fundraiser to honor Officer Gregg Maloney
Posted on Tuesday September 02, 2014

FOXBOROUGH – The British Beer Company is hosting its fourth annual "Blue Wheels of Valor" fundraising motorcycle run in partnership with Norfolk County Deputy Sheriff Tim Cahill, an ambassador for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. This year's run honors Officer Gregg Maloney from Plymouth and Officer Steven Arkel from New Hampshire.The run will begin Sunday, Sept. 7, at Motorcycles of Manchester (MOMS) South, at 1000 Washington St. in Foxborough, and will finish at [...]

Posted on Tuesday September 02, 2014

See excerpts from the Plymouth police log for Aug. 29-31.

Medical Marijuana of Massachusetts files suit against DPH
Posted on Saturday August 30, 2014

BOSTON – A company run by former U.S. Rep. William Delahunt is suing the commissioner of the state Department of Public Health in an effort to get licensed to operate medical marijuana dispensaries in Taunton, Plymouth and Mashpee.Medical Marijuana of Massachusetts, Delahunt's group, filed a civil complaint Tuesday in Suffolk Superior Court alleging the DPH violated its own regulations in June when it eliminated dispensary applicants who had already been given provisional approval.The [...]

Heroin overdose in West Plymouth
Posted on Friday August 29, 2014

PLYMOUTH – Another heroin overdose occurred in Plymouth Thursday evening. Police responded to a Black Cat Road residence where emergency personnel had to administer Narcon to save a 31-year-old Plymouth woman who had overdosed on heroin. Narcon is a drug capable, in many cases, of reviving a heroin overdose victim. The woman revived and was taken by ambulance to BID-Plymouth.

Plymouth man victim of kidnapper scam
Posted on Friday August 29, 2014

PLYMOUTH – Police say a 53-year-old Plymouth man was the victim of a fake kidnapping scam Thursday afternoon in which a caller claimed the man’s wife had been in a car accident and was being held against her will and would not be released until he paid $1,000. The man was told not to try to contact his wife but to pay the money immediately. A second transaction took place, according to police, and the man paid what the caller demanded only to find out later that his wife [...]