Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Concerned about home safety? Don't fret - the Sharon Police Department is here with tips on how to take additional security measures for your home.
- PUBLIC SAFETY
Wednesday, February 6
Editor's Note: The following notice was submitted to Sharon Patch by Lt. Tilden Kaufman of the Sharon Police Department. Over the past several months, the Town of Sharon and surrounding communities have seen numerous house and vehicle burglaries. In this article I will give you some basic reminders to help protect your property from thieves. When it comes to home security, start with the basics. Lock your doors and windows whenever you leave your house. We have had burglaries when victims left their home for just 30 minutes. If you have an alarm system, use it. Do not leave valuables (laptops, money, jewelry, small electronics, etc.) visible from outside windows. These items could give a potential burglar more incentive to break into your …
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
PD offers burglary prevention tips.
Thieves have broken into "numerous" homes and vehicles in Sharon and neighboring towns over the past month, Sharon Police said Tuesday. Residents should lock their home's doors and windows, and their vehicle's doors, police said in a press release. Residents also should report suspicious activity to the police at 781-784-1588, or 911 if it's an emergency. Burglars have struck homes on these roads since September, police said in a press release: South Walpole Street, Billings Street, Capen Hill Road, North Main, East Street, Moose Hill Street and Pine Street. "These housebreaks have generally been occurring later in the week with some during the evening hours when no one is home," police said. "Items being taken mainly consist of jewelry, …
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Sharon Police have charged the duo in July 19 house break.
Two area residents arrested in New Hampshire last week allegedly were involved in a burglary ring there and in Massachusetts, the Associated Press reported Tuesday. The AP reported that Salem, N.H. Police said Andrew Busa and Hannah Boraks "would steal items in one state, then pawn the stolen goods in the other state." However, Sharon Police told Sharon Patch they are charging the duo only with a July 19 house break on Edge Hill Road. Arrest warrants for the two suspects had been issued. In that incident, Sharon Police have charged both Busa, 26, and Boraks, 22, with breaking and entering daytime with intent to commit a felony, attempt to commit a crime (larceny), obstruction of justice and conspiracy to commit a crime. The homeowners …