Monday, February 11, 2013
The child was reportedly missing from a house on Clearview Drive.
Update: 3:55 p.m.: Natick police confirmed the boy has been located safe by his uncle on a neighboring street. Original Report: Patch is receiving reports that State Police K9 units are en route to Natick to search for a missing autistic child. The child, reported to be about 10 years old, is reportedly missing from a house on Clearview Drive.
Monday, November 19, 2012
Three officers help make an early morning delivery on Route 9.
Three Natick Police officers helped a woman give birth on the side of Route 9 early Saturday morning. Natick Police Officer Chris Showstead found a woman in advanced labor after approaching a stopped car on Route 9 at approximately 3 a.m. Saturday morning, according to the Natick Police Department's official Facebook page and WBZ Channel 5 Boston. The baby girl held off for two more officers, Chris Salis and Scott Wade, to arrive and help keep the situation safe, but came into the world ahead of the ambulance that arrived on the scene. According to the post on facebook, Mom did all the work with ample assistance from Dad. As of the last update, everyone was healthy and doing well.
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
The following information was provided by the Natick Police Department. Charges do not indicate a conviction.
Saturday, Oct. 27 5:42 p.m.: A caller from Brookstone at the Natick Mall said a man attempted to use a fake credit card. Michael Orne, 24, of 175 Clare Ave., Apt. C7, Hyde Park, was arrested and charged with two counts of improper use of a credit card over $250, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct, larceny over $250 and receiving an improper credit card. Sunday, Oct. 28 1:33 p.m.: Police received a 911 hangup call from Wilogreen Road. Dispatch called back and the caller said it was in error. A second call came from that address from a family member who said a relative was out of control. David J. Hepp, 17, of 8 Wilogreen Rd., was arrested and charged with assault and battery on a person over $60/disabled person with injury, intimidating …
Monday, October 1, 2012
A woman, who has special needs, who was reported missing earlier Saturday night, has been found in the Natick Mall.
Updated: The woman has been found at the Natick Mall, safe. Police have cleared the scene, according to a scanner repot. Original Post: Natick Police are seaching for a white female with special needs, who was last seen on a security camera exiting the Natick Mall, possibly heading toward Route 9 westbound. The woman is in her 30s, about 5'2" to 5'4" and has dark hair pulled into a ponytail. She was wearing dress jeans and a pink turtleneck. At the time she was reported missing, about 7:30 p.m., she had been missing about 90 minutes, according to a police scanner report. More information will be posted as it becomes available. If you have seen the woman, contact Natick Police.
Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Ariana Subilosky, 16, has not been seen since Saturday, Sept. 8.
UPDATE: 8:53 p.m. Natick Police notified Patch that the missing girl has been found. *** Ariana Subilosky, 16, has not been seen since Saturday, Sept. 8. She is described as 5’5” tall, about 130 pounds with blonde/brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing black short sleeve shirt and black shorts. Natick Police report she may be in the Natick area or could be in the Worcester area. A missing person report was filed on Saturday. Natick Police Lt. Brian Grassey said she is a "local girl." She is listed as a Natick High School student. If you have seen her or know any information on her where she may be contact Natick Police at 508-647-9500. Or if you would prefer to report anonymously you may do so at this link: http://natickma.…
Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Former graduates of Natick High were voted into the Natick Police Department reserves last night.
Four former graduates of Natick High School were appointed to the reserves of the Natick Police Department Monday evening by the town's Board of Selectmen. While the new reserve officers will have no official duties within the department, they will be "under the tutilage" of Natick officers, and may be selected for a full time position when one arises, Police Chief James Hicks said during the meeting. Kyle Bodreau graduated from Natick High School in 2004. "It's taken almost a decade for this to happen. I'm very excited for the opportunity," Bodreau said. Ryan Killeen graduated from Natick High School in 2006 and had been an officer on Nantucket. He paid his way through the Municipal Police Academy. "Everybody wants to come back home and…
Sunday, July 29, 2012
Natick Police posted a video on its Facebook page of a theft of the purse from the Natick Mall; Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the thief.
Natick Police posted a video on its Facebook page of a theft of a purse from the Natick Mall worth $2,495. "Video is not as clear as we like, but ... On Saturday July 28 the pictured suspect cut the sensor wire and ran off with a $2,495 purse. Once outside he was picked up by a 2003 Mercedes (black) registered to a Newton resident. The vehicle was queried by more than a dozen law enforcement agencies in the last few months," wrote Natick Police on its Facebook page. Click here, to view the video. The "black male suspect has a noticeable anatomical issue with his left eye. It was described by witnesses as, ‘milky’. We’re guessing somebody out there knows just who this guy is without the benefit of a close up image," wrote Natick Police on …
Natick Police Detectives responded to a report of a house broken into via a back window Sunday morning.
Natick Police Detectives responded to a report of a house broken into via a back window Sunday morning at 10:30. The back window of 37 Belmore Rd was broken. This is near Beaver Dam Brook. No other details are available at this time. Natick Patch will update when we learn more.
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Police are looking to apprehend a man who broke into a resident's house through a bedroom window.
A dog may have lost his scent, but Natick police are still on the trail of a man who broke through a bedroom window Saturday night, throwing a jewelry box at the resident's head as he fled. The incident, reported just after 10:15 p.m. Saturday, triggered a police search that involved Natick and Framingham police, as well as a State Police K9 unit. Lt. Brian Lauzon said yesterday that police called off the search at about midnight, after the dog lost the scent around Shady Oak Lane. Police had been called to the area of 149 Howe St. for the report of a break-in and assault. Lauzon said the suspect cut through a screen window in the resident's bedroom, which he then entered. The suspect, described as a black male, between the ages of 20 to …
Monday, July 23, 2012
Police said the man rubbed up against a woman at an ATM.
A 34-year-old Boston man faces an indecent assault and battery charge after allegedly rubbing his genitals against a woman who was getting money from an ATM. Police arrested Byron Harris, of Boston, at 7:31 p.m. Friday at P.F. Chang's, and charged him with indecent assault and battery on a person over 14. According to Lt. Brian Lauzon, a 43-year-old woman was in the Food Court at the Natick Mall Friday night, using an ATM, when Harris approached her from behind. "He came up behind her and began pressing his genitals (against her) several times," Lauzon said, referring to a police report of the incident. The woman's husband was also there, Lauzon said. The couple called police, and Harris was arrested at nearby P.F. Chang's.