Thursday, February 28, 2013
Anyone with information is asked to contact Foxborough police at (508) 543-1212.
The Foxborough Police Department is asking for the community’s assistance in identifying the owner of the copper model motorcycle pictured above. The copper model was in “the possession of an individual recently placed into custody,” Foxborough police said on its Facebook page. “Additional copper pieces were also discovered; one with the word “Love” engraved into it.” If you have any information regarding this item, you are asked to call Foxborough police at (508) 543-1212.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The following is a summary of police activity and incidents reported from the Jan. 13 and Jan. 20 New England Patriots NFL playoff games at Gillette Stadium, as reported in Foxborough's police logs.
While the New England Patriots most recent playoff run ended in disappointment it did bring the two largest and most well behaved crowds of the 2012-13 season to Foxborough, according to Police Chief Edward O’Leary. “Crowd behavior [during the Patriots playoff games] was exceptional,” O’Leary said. “Things went very well.” In the Jan. 13 AFC Divisional Round game at Gillette Stadium, police reported 44 protective custodies and seven arrests out of a crowd of 68,756. The following week, police reported 33 protective custodies and seven arrests out of a crowd of 68,756 at the Jan. 20 AFC Championship Game at Gillette Stadium. O’Leary said in his experience he has noticed that playoff games generally bring more well-behaved crowds. “As the …
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The following is a summary of police activity and incidents reported from Sunday’s NFL regular season game between the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium, as reported in Foxborough's Police logs.
The following incidents occurred during Sunday’s New England Patriots game against the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium, according to Foxborough Police. The Patriots held on to beat the Buffalo Bills, 37-31 on Veterans Day this past Sunday. Of the 67,300 in attendance, Foxborough Police Chief Edward O'Leary said there were 31 police-related incidents, including six arrests. Sunday, Nov. 11: Arrests: Protective Custodies:
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Foxborough Police took a proactive approach in crowd control during last weekend’s New England Country Music Festival at Gillette Stadium, resulting in over 100 arrests in two days. Do you agree with the strategy?
Some have criticized Foxborough Police for being “overzealous” during events at Gillette Stadium but that doesn’t concern Foxborough Police Chief Edward O’Leary. What does concern O’Leary, who has 26 years of experience leading the Foxborough Police Department, is underage drinking and the public's safety during events at Gillette Stadium. “I always have been an activist when it comes to underage drinking,” said O’Leary. “[No one was] unfairly treated [at the concerts] because they were underage and around alcohol.” O’Leary said Foxborough Police spent three months with Massachusetts State Police and Gillette Stadium security preparing for this year’s New England Country Music Festival – the ninth to be held at Gillette Stadium since its …
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
No arrests reported in Foxborough's police logs from Saturday's Bruce Springsteen concert that drew over 46,000 people.
The Boss returned to Foxborough for the first time since 2008 last Saturday and was greeted by a mostly well-behaved crowd of 46,700 at Gillette Stadium, according to Foxborough Police. The crowd at last weekend’s Bruce Springsteen concert, according to police, presented "few problems." No arrests were reported in the Foxborough Police logs and 64 people were taken into protective custody. The Sun Chronicle, however, reported two concertgoers who were originally taken into protective custody were later arrested after police were notified the two individuals were also placed into protective custody during last summer's New England Country Music Festival. The two individuals were each charged with trespassing and banned from all future …