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Oh My: Bats Escape and Return; (Un)friendly Departure Expected

We report the odd and unusual police news from across MetroWest.

Two bats, a box, and a bathroom.

The animal control officer came to help the next morning, but then the bats came back. Hours later, the resident called again, saying that she had two bats in boxes. By the time the animal control officer arrived, the bats had somehow gotten out of the boxes and left the house. 

Perhaps they were expecting a less-than-friendly departure?

A manager at  in Milford asked for police assistance Friday night.

Targeting Target twice. In two towns.

Everyone has a place they can't stay away from: for me, it's pretty much anywhere that sells frozen yogurt. This man, however, has a preference for Target: robbing Target, that is.

Power tool usage is frowned upon late at night.

we told you of the person whose neighbor twice complained to police about him mowing the lawn at an unreasonable hour. In Northborough this week,

Ron king July 01, 2012 at 03:01 AM
A Shrewsbury woman called police just after midnight Tuesday, reporting she had two bats trapped in her bathroom. The animal control officer came to help the next morning, but then the bats came back. Hours later, the resident called again, saying that she had two bats in boxes. By the time the animal control officer arrived, the bats had somehow gotten out of the boxes and left the house. Again...why do we have this paid town officer position? Call a private company...ie: Crider Control. (unless it is a mandated Animal Position, which I do not believe it is.)

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