Friday, June 7, 2013
The following is from the Mansfield Police Log. Where arrests and charges are mentioned, they do not imply conviction,
June 3 1:11 p.m. - A 56 year old Mansfield man was taken into protective custody after asking customers entering Dub’s Liquors to buy him alcohol. June 5 7:51 a.m. - A vehicle on Granada Circle was broken into overnight. 6:31 p.m. - A vehicle was broken into on Hillside Terrace. Nothing was taken out of the car according to the reporting party. 6:37 p.m. - Lucas Guide, 29, of Holliston was arrested on a warrant after being located in the parking lot of Casey O’Connors on North Main Street. 7:39 p.m. - A radio was stolen out of a car on Matthew Lane. The reporting party only requested a log item as the car is being sold in a few days.
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
The following is from the Mansfield Police Log, Where arrests and charges are mentioned, they do not imply conviction.
May 30 8:56 p.m. - After responding to a two car accident on South Main Street, police arrested and charged David Laidlaw, 49, of Norton with an OUI, operating a vehicle negligently so as to endanger, and an unsafe lane change. May 31 6:44 a.m. - Receiving a report of two allegedly intoxicated females outside an Eddy Street home, police responded to the report and found the two women who recently returned home from partying. An off-duty officer later reported that the car almost hit his vehicle earlier in the morning and stated that the their car was all over the roadway. After the off-duty officer was able to identify the driver, police arrested and charge Katrina Mitchell, 45, of Mansfield with an OUI, negligent operation of a motor …
Friday, May 31, 2013
The following is from the Mansfield Police Log. Where arrests and charges are mentioned, they do not imply conviction.
May 25 2:53 a.m. - At the Sunoco on Copeland Drive, an employee reported to police that a person backed into his car in the parking lot of the gas station. After hitting the car, the driver apologized and drove away. Police were able to spot the car on South Main Street before the car stopped in a parking spot on Webb Place. Michael Dee, 35, of Foxborough was arrested and charge with his second OUI offense, leaving the scene of property damage, and operating a vehicle negligently so as to endanger. 7:25 p.m. - Receiving a report of ATVs traveling quickly on West Street, police arrested Rachel Bacon, 21, of Lynnfield under a warrant. Bacon was also charged with operating a vehicle with a suspended license. May 26 4:11 p.m. - …
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
The following is from the Mansfield Police Log. Where arrests and charges are mentioned, they do not imply convictions.
May 23 11:56 a.m. - A woman on Ware Street reported that $600 was stolen from her car overnight. 7:39 p.m. - After attempting to buy alcohol at Dub's Liquors on Chauncy Street, Nicholas McKeon, 19, of North Scituate, RI was given a summons for false or misuse of a liquor ID card or license. During the May 23 performance of Pitbull and Kesha at the Comcast Center, Chad Hines, 35, of Brooklyn, NY was charged with trespassing and misleading an investigator. Jeffrey Rosario, 18, of Pawtucket, RI was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. Jamie Leatham, 22, from Marlborough, was charged with two counts of disorderly conduct. A 17 year old was arrested and charged with being a person under 21 with possession of liquor. The following …
Thursday, May 23, 2013
In addition, Sergeant Larry Crossman was promoted to the head of the detectives division and Officer Jeff Bombard was promoted to sergeant.
When Boston needed the help of local police and fire departments in the wake of the Boston Marathon Bombing, Mansfield answered. Like many other towns, Mansfield sent four members of their police department as part of a call up by the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Council to provide security and investigative support to the City of Boston in the days after the Boston Marathon Bombing. Being recognized for their work in front of the selectmen, Mansfield Police Chief Ron Sellon praised the members of his department for their efforts to help Boston in the days after the bombing. “Members of the Metropolitan Law Enforcement Counsel stood fixed posts for extended periods of time in heavy gear while knowing that a dangerous terrorist had struck …
Saturday, May 18, 2013
The following information was provided by the Mansfield Police Department. Arrests and charges listed do not imply conviction.
May 10 9:06 a.m. - The Store on South Main Street called to report a woman drinking in the store and giving employees a hard time. Police arrested and charged Loretta Wilner, 57, of 67 Coral Street with disorderly conduct. 6:18 p.m. - Michael Kerr, 31, of 21 Webb Place #2C was arrested on a warrant. 9:15 p.m. - After attempting to purchase alcohol with a fake ID, Brendan Greene, 19, of 13 Strawstone Lane, Norton was given a summons for possession or use of ake or stolen RMV documents. May 12 9:00 - A stolen bike at the Mansfield Commuter Rail station was reported. May 13 2:51 p.m. - Mark Bowser, 20, of 101 Francis Avenue was arrested on two warrants. 5:15 p.m. - Mansfield police responded to a report of a man falling into a pond …
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
The following is from the Mansfield Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned they do not indicate convictions.
May 9 2:21 p.m. Caller reported a violation of a restraining order. 4:23 p.m. Caller reported a bat stuck in her bathroom. 10:43 p.m. Tiffani Green, 25, of 37 Kerrigan St. in Long Beach, New York and William Dryden, 53, of 512 South Main St. were each arrested for operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
Friday, May 10, 2013
The following is from the Mansfield Police Department Log. Where arrests are mentioned, they do not indicate convictions.
May 3 1:10 a.m. - Anthony Gray, 34, of 9 Fifth Avenue, Taunton was arrested for operation of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. 1:12 a.m. - Craig Boragine, 26, of 5 Hodges Road, Foxborough was arrested for operation of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and negligent operation of a motor vehicle. 6:54 a.m. - Caller reported someone had broken into his home during the night. A purse and a house coat was reported missing. May 4 8:37 p.m. - Caller reported several females outside her residence attempting to fight her. Police calmed down the argument, which according to the report was over clothing. May 5 4:12 p.m. - Caller reported malicious damage to his scooter. May 6…
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Ron Sellon was sworn in as the new Mansfield Chief of Police in a ceremony held at Mansfield High School.
With a swearing-in ceremony on April 1, the transition in police chiefs at the Mansfield Police Department was completed when Sgt. Ron Sellon became Chief Sellon in the special ceremony held at Mansfield High School. State Senator James Timilty started the evening on a light note, mentioning the suspect date of the swearing in ceremony. “When I saw the day, I thought there may be something afoot and that it would be Chief O’Neill with another year,” joked Timilty. The state Senator went on to praise Sellon for what he called a well deserved promotion in one of the finest police departments in the state. Timilty also brought a proclamation from the Massachusetts Senate congratulating Sellon on his appointment to Chief of Police. Not to be …
Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Sergeant Ronald Sellon chosen as new Mansfield police chief.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, March 12
After an extensive qualification and testing process, a new Chief of Police has been selected for the Town of Mansfield. Sergeant Ronald Sellon, who is currently in charge of the detective division of hte Town of Mansfield's Police Department will replace Chief Arthur O’Neill, who will be retiring effective March 31, 2013 while Sellon will take over the position April 1. William Ross, Town Manager of the Town of Mansfield was the Appointing Authority for the position. The process of hiring the new chief included a full day of assessment center activities that were undertaken by Mark Morse and Associates, under contract with the Town of Mansfield, and through the auspices of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Human Resources Division. …