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Posted Nov 10, 2008 @ 11:49 PM

Man pulls up behind cruiser, faces pot charge
MILFORD - A 19-year-old Franklin man was arrested yesterday morning after police say he pulled up behind a marked cruiser while smoking from a "pot pipe."
Travis Jenkins, of 86 Conlyn Ave., was arrested at 7:42 a.m. on Beach Street. Officer Thomas A. Testa wrote in his report he was monitoring traffic when Jenkins slowly drove up behind him in a Pontiac Grand Am.
"I looked at the operator and noticed he was holding a large pipe to his face, known on the street as a pot pipe," Testa wrote.
Jenkins was lighting the pipe with a lighter as he drove down the street, Testa wrote. He stopped in a nearby parking lot, and tried to jump out when Testa approached, according to the report.
The car smelled of marijuana, and Testa found the pipe with burnt marijuana and a plastic baggie with about two grams of pot in the center console, the report read.
Jenkins was charged with possession of a Class D substance, police said.

Woman charged with shoplifting shirt
MILFORD - Police arrested a 24-year-old Milford woman Sunday, charging her with stealing a $12.99 shirt from TJ Maxx on East Main Street.
Carly Jean Casten, of 105 Congress St., apt. 3, was arrested at 1:12 p.m. after she was stopped by store security, police said.
She was charged with shoplifting by concealing merchandise.

Hopedale man charged with assault
HOPEDALE - Police arrested a Hopedale man Sunday evening on a count of domestic assault and battery.
John Guglielmi, 59, of 17 Dutcher St., was arrested about 8:05 p.m. after police said they received a call to the house.

Milford woman arrested on warrant
HOPKINTON - A Milford woman was arrested Sunday at 10 p.m. on a warrant, police said.
Denise Williams, 51, of 33 Rolling Green Drive, had a warrant for her arrest, but no other information was available, police said.

Police warn about Uxbridge car break-ins
UXBRIDGE - Police are urging people to lock their car doors and report any suspicious activity after a series of break-ins in the evening and early morning. Global positioning system units, iPods, other electronics and loose change are among the items that have been stolen, police said.
The break-ins are happening on the outskirts of town, police said. No one has yet been charged in connection with the incidents. Anyone with information is encouraged to call 508-278-7755.
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