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Westwood Police Log: Men with Bows and Arrows

The following information was provided by the Westwood Police Department. When arrests are mentioned it does not indicate convictions.

Wednesday, November 7

Add to List (10:00 a.m.) - Two different residents of Bridle Path called to request that they be added to the Do Not Solicit List.

Fraudulent Letter (10:33 a.m.) A relative of a High St. resident. reported that they had received a letter stating they had won a substantial amount of money.

Theft (11:14 a.m.) - A business on Providence Hwy. reported that two people had seemed suspicious, and then after they left a jacket was missing. The business was expected to send their surveillance video over to the police.

Army Guys (3:45 a.m.) - A resident of Gay St. reported that two men dressed in fatigues were walking down the street with bows and arrows.

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Friday, November 9

Arrest (9:44 a.m.) - Westwood Police arrested Christopher Folland, 24, on an outstanding warrant out of Brockton District Court for assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault with a dangerous weapon.

Suspicious Person (5:20 p.m.) - A caller from Mill Brook Rd. reported a suspicious person. An officer checked, and the person was working on the house and was now just waiting for a ride.

Arrest (10:28 p.m.) - Police were called to a house on Oak St. with a request to remove someone from the property. Diane Parisi, 46, of Framingham was arrested and charged with operating under the unfluence of liquor, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

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