Friday, February 1, 2013
The following arrest information was supplied by the Sudbury Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Several 911 calls to the Sudbury Police Department on Wednesday regarding an erratic driver resulted in the arrest of an Acton man. According to Lt. Robert Grady, the responding officer pulled over Brian Gargone, 24, of 280 Arlington St., Apt. 1L, on Hampshire Street at about 5:10 p.m. After an investigation was completed, Garone was arrested and charged with: Grady said there was evidence of both alcohol and marijuana in the car. Gargone was released at 9:30 p.m. and was scheduled to be arraigned at Framingham District Court on Thursday.
Friday, November 18, 2011
The following information was supplied by the Sudbury Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.
An Acton woman who is an employee at Raytheon in Sudbury was at Framingham District Court on Thursday to face allegations she stole about $20,000 from the company. According to Sudbury Police Lt. Robert Grady, Sharon Fanning, 50, of 65 Conant St., walked into the police department Thursday morning after learning there were 10 warrants out for her arrest for larceny of more than $250. Fanning, who works in the food services department of Raytheon, was believed to be responsible for the night deposits. Another employee of Raytheon noticed a large number of deposits were missing and notified police. Grady said Fanning had no prior arrests. No other information was available.
Sunday, April 3, 2011
L.R. Kimball of Ebensburg, Penn., unanimously selected to finish the study.
According to the Sudbury Police Department, a Pennsylvania company has been unanimously chosen to finish a study on the feasibility of combining dispatch functions for Sudbury, Wayland, Weston, Acton, Boxborough, Concord and Lincoln. Upon completion of the selection process, which included presentations and interviews, L.R. Kimball of Ebensburg, Penn., was selected to complete the study. L.R. Kimball will begin work on the study in early April. Completion of the study is expected sometime during the summer, but no later than Sept. 15, according to Sudbury Police Chief Richard Glavin. "We look forward to receiving the completed study to better evaluate what options exist for the various communities relative to public safety …