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Does anyone know the owners of these bicycles? We recently recovered them and would like to get them back to whomever they belong to. Contact us at 508-586-2525. ... See MoreSee Less

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West Bridgewater Police Department offers our deepest condolences to Officer Caisey of the Boston Police K9 Unit on the passing of his K9 Bronson. We know Bronson was an awesome, hard working and well loved dog. RIP Bronson, you will be missed. ... See MoreSee Less

The Boston Police K9 unit announces the passing of Boston Police K-9 Bronson 11/3/2007-1/15/17. From the head trainer: Last night I lost my K9 Partner of 8 Years. Boston Police K9 Bronson passed awa...

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*You can run but you can’t hide from Tazer*

Our K-9 team of Officer Richard Flaherty and Tazer had two successful finds last night. In two separate incidents, our K-9 team tracked and located individuals attempting to elude arrest.

The first incident started at approximately 7:00PM. The suspect had fled on foot from the scene. Sgt. Craven and Ofc. Papineau were actively searching the area when they requested our K9 team to assist. Ofc. Flaherty and Tazer were able to locate the suspect within a short distance. The suspect was taken into custody without further incident.

The second incident started at approx. (1:15am) when an armed robbery suspect was being pursued. This suspect vehicle finally stopped for Sgt. Regan on Route 24. The operator fled his motor vehicle crossing both sides of Route 24, in West Bridgewater.

Ofc. Flaherty and Tazer immediately started tracking the suspect locating him approximately a ½ mile from the scene hiding in a trailer off of Manley Street. This suspect was also taken into custody without further incident.

Great Job by both local and state agencies on scene!
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