Posts Tagged ‘Douglas Police’

911 Outage Impacts Local Police & Fire Departments

UPDATE:  The Massachusetts State Police say technical issues with the 9-1-1 system, and the resulting wireless capability outages, have been resolved. Massachusetts callers may resume using 911 from their cell phones for public safety emergencies.   If you have an emergency, dialing 9-1-1 from your cell phone may not go through, according to Massachusetts State Police. A…

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Douglas Teen’s 911 Call Stops Robbery In Progress

On Wednesday July 25th, just after 1PM, Douglas Police received a 911 call from a 15 year old girl stating that she was home alone and 2 men were attempting to break into her house.  While officers were on the way to the scene, the dispatcher stayed on the phone with the girl and she…

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Douglas Police Searching For Owner Of This Dog

Do you recognize this dog?  It was just located on Saturday evening in the area of Birch and Northwest Main Street in Douglas.  Contact Douglas Police if you know who this dog belongs to.  Call (508) 476-3333 or message them on Facebook at the link below if you can help return this pup to it’s owner.…

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Douglas Man Arrested For Threat Over Potholes

Police have arrested a Douglas man for allegedly threatening to kill a town administrator over not filling potholes near his home. Douglas Police Chief Nick Miglionico shared the information with us, charging 57 year old Paul Keddy with threatening to commit murder after Keddy called Highway Superintendent John Furno last week to complain about the…

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Sutton Man Charged With Animal Cruelty, 13 Dogs Up For Adoption

Last Friday, the Douglas Police Department received several phone calls reporting a dog running loose in the State Forest on Southwest Main Street.  After a search by Douglas Police, Regional Animal Control Officer Kevin Sullivan, and several residents, a St. Bernard was spotted multiple times, but, evaded capture throughout the night. Early the next morning…

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