BLACKSTONE — Acting Chief Gregory Gilmore issues the following statement to the community regarding the today’s verdict in the Erika Murray trial:
Chief Ross A. Atstupenas would like to provide Blackstone residents with safety tips and precautions ahead of two snowstorms that are expected to effect the region on Friday and over the weekend.
Those with an emergency who cannot get through by dialing 911, should contact the Blackstone police and fire department dispatch center at 508-883-1212 or 508-883-1213.
With the Fourth of July coming up next week, Chief Ross A. Atstupenas urges residents to leave fireworks to the professionals and reminds them that possessing or using fireworks in the state of Massachusetts is against the law.
Chief Ross A. Atstupenas reports that a man was charged with striking multiple vehicles while driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol down Main Street late Tuesday night.