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Man leads police on chase through several Massachusetts towns

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Deputy police chief stops for jump rope ‘battle’ with girls


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Walpole teen in stable condition


Ronald Valle thrown nearly 30 feet in gas station crash

WALPOLE, Mass. —The gas station attendant struck by an elderly driver and thrown nearly 30 feet said his body is sore, but is okay, the victim said in a phone interview Tuesday

Ronald Valle was undergoing treatment at Norwood Hospital. The Providence man said he was counting money when he saw the car coming toward him.

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An elderly driver accelerated when he meant to stop, causing thousands of dollars in damage and hitting Valle at the Rte. 1A Auto Clinic across from Bristol Square around 11 a.m. Monday.

A fire erupted after the man hit the gas pump.

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The man driving a Toyota Avalon struck Valle, who was standing near the pump, carrying him and eventually coming to a stop leaving him injured near the side of Rte. 1A.

Valle said the next thing he remembers was being unable to move on the ground.

John Nassar, the owner of the gas station told Wicked Local Walpole he had no plans to file charges against the driver, saying the man was concerned and apologetic after the incident.

“I’m sure he didn’t mean it,” Nassar said. “That’s why it’s called an accident.”


Isaiah Murphy suspected in 20 Dunkin’ Donuts robberies

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Canton MA – A man suspected of being the serial robber who had targeted Dunkin Donuts stores in Eastern Massachusetts is in custody, Canton Police said.

Isaiah Murphy, who was arrested Tuesday, is suspected to be behind at least 20 holdups in 16 communities since March, Canton police said.

During the summer, Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants were robbed at gunpoint in Canton, Newton, West Roxbury, Westwood, Norwood, Walpole, Plainville, Norton, North Attleboro, Raynham and Easton,

The robberies then spread north to communities including Burlington.

“Evidence linking the suspect to many of the affected locations was uncovered” during a search of Murphy’s home, police said.

Dunkin’ Brands and police in nearly a dozen towns had offered a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the suspect.

Canton police released a surveillance photo in an effort to catch the robber.

Murphy is scheduled to be arraigned in Stoughton District Court Wednesday.


EMTs said driver showed evidence of opiate use

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