UPDATED: Framingham Police To Hold Community Meeting For Nobscot Residents

Posted on October 9. Updated on October 11 at 7:35 p.m.

FRAMINGHAM – After a string of car break-ins and stolen bicycles reported in the neighborhood, Nobscot resident Rick McKenna reached out to the Framingham Police Department to hold a community meeting.

The meeting WAS scheduled for October 16 at the Police Station at 6:30 p.m. but thanks to the assistance of City Councilor George King it will be held at the Blumer Community room in the Memorial Building, said McKenna.

All are welcome to attend.

“After introductions, there will be audience participation, followed by a discussion with our Framingham Police representatives,” said McKenna.

” If you have experienced crime or just live in the affected area, and would like to speak, please email me at nobscotpark@gmail.com. Include your name, name of Street, and a brief description of what you’d like to speak about.” said McKenna, who also serves on the Framingham Zoning Board of Appeals.

“I’m working with FPD’s Lt Harry Wareham and plan to invite Deputy Chief Lester Baker and Framingham resident and long-time police officer Lt Robert Downing. If you can not attend, but would like to have a statement/question read, email me as well and if time permits, we’ll mention your concern,” said McKenna.

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