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Exam - July 18th
Autism & Special Needs Day Out
Thank You for a Great Day!
Hosted by the Hopkinton Police Department and the Hopkinton Autism and Special Needs Parent Connection
Sunday, May 17th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.at the Hopkinton Police Department
74 Main Street, Hopkinton, MA 01748
The Hopkinton Police Department has identified property crime as a high priority in our community. In response the Police Department has announced a new campaign to prevent crime. The Like it - Lock It campaign asks citizens to take an active role in protecting their property. Most items stolen from vehicles and in the school or workplace are left unattended and unsecured. We are asking everyone to partner with us to prevent property crimes.
Donít make your valuables an easy target!
Lock your vehicle every time.
Donít leave electronics or other valuables visible in your vehicle.
Donít set your items down and trust that no one will take them
If you use a locker at work, school or the gym, LOCK IT
Always lock doors and windows
Street Lights -
Keep the Lights On!
Is Your House
Do you have a
Advisory from SRO Powers
Vehicles and Trailers
Found Property Found Property
The Hopkinton Police Department has in its possession many bicycles, sets of keys, glasses and other property including cash that has been turned in or found by officers. If you have lost property and would like us to check our inventory please email the following information to Detective David Shane at email@example.com:
Any descriptive information including:
Make - Model - Serial Number- Color
Last Location and/or date of loss.
Name and address of owner.
Please do not call the police department with information requests.
******* AUCTION NOTICE *******
In accordance with Massachusetts General Law, unclaimed and abandoned property will be sold by means of an online auction by PROPERTY ROOM.com (www.propertyroom.com). The property may include bicycles, jewelry, televisions, computer equipment, electronics, tools, watches, cameras, apparel, and other unclaimed property. The items to be auctioned are in "AS IS" condition and are in no way guaranteed or under warranty by the Hopkinton Police Department or the Town of Hopkinton.
Any person who believes they may have unclaimed property being held by the Hopkinton Police Department (or is currently up for auction), should contact the department immediately at 1-508-881-1212 to determine if they have a claim to the property (proof of ownership will be required).
MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS
regarding property found, recovered, or abandoned and now in the possession of or reported to the police department.
CHAPTER 134: SECTION 1. Report of lost money or goods by finder.
CHAPTER 135: SECTION 7. Property taken by police officers from persons under arrest; disposition
CHAPTER 135: SECTION 8. Unclaimed property in possession of police department; sale at public auction; notice
A great time was had by all. Thank you for all the support! Hope you got a chance to see Pat O'Brien belt out a tune. See you next year.
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IRS Scam Attempts
Officer Franny Adams
Thanks to Jaynne Adams
Do you recognize anyone?
Patrolman Tom Griffin
Chief Richard A. Flannery
Chief Francis X. Bowker