Monday, February 4, 2013
Selectman Dennis Giombetti: "This hotel has been a problem for a number of years."
Selectman Dennis Giombetti wants the Framingham Police to look into the amount of crime taking place at Motel 6 on Route 9 in Framingham. Recently, emergency crews were called to aid a drug overdose victim. "This hotel has been a problem for a number of years," Giombetti told his fellow Selectmen last week. "I'd like the Police Chief to reach out to the owners and management - local, regional and corporate level -- and talk to them about the activities going on at their establishment," said Giombetti. Selectmen have the authority to decide if the motel can operate in town, said Giombetti. "We license inn keepers," he said. His fellow Selectmen unanimously agreed the policeshould look into crime at the motel.
Sunday, January 6, 2013
The program has placed families in three Framingham motels.
The state Dept. of Housing and Community Development plans to end a program that places homeless families in motels, including three in Framingham, according to the Boston Globe. The program, which started during the 1980s, would end by June 30, 2014. According to the most recent state figures, Framingham housed about 33 children in Monticello Motel, Motel 6 and Best Western/Framingham in 2011. With the closing of the program in 2013, the state plans to bolster efforts to find permanent housing and prevent homelessness, according to the Globe. However, housing advocates fear permanent housing for program participants may never be found, according to the Globe. The decision comes as the economic downturn stretched the program to its 2,…
Sunday, April 8, 2012
According to the restaurant manager, surveillance video shows the woman drinking about a half dozen beers and eating food from the refrigerator. She then flipped some tables, tossed chairs, and destroyed Easter decorations.
Framingham Police said a Framingham woman vandalized Acapulco's Restaurant, while helping herself to food and drinks. The 50-year-old woman snuck into the restaurant sometime after closing on Wednesday night, police said. No one else was inside at the time. According to the restaurant manager, surveillance video shows the woman drinking about a half dozen beers and eating food from the refrigerator. She then flipped some tables, tossed chairs, and destroyed Easter decorations, reported WHDH-TV. Police watched the surveillance video, recognized the woman, and knew she lived at the Motel 6, located down the street from the restaurant. On Thursday at 6:16 p.m. Framingham Police arrested Doris Netz, 50, of Motel 6 #400 of Framingham. She was …
Friday, January 13, 2012
The following information was provided by the Framingham Police Department. Where an arrest or charges are mentioned, no conviction is indicated.
Dec. 28: 8 crashes 12:10 a.m. Kaitlynn Niles, 22, 103 Broad St Apt 510 of Lynn was arrested at Red Roof Inn, 650 Cochituate Rd. Charged on warrants, counterfeit/forgery. 12:20 a.m. Christopher Leavitt, 22, of 11 Franklin Cir. of Northborough arrested at Red Roof Inn. Charged with conspiracy to commit crime, violation of drug laws, counterfeit/forgery. 12:26 a.m. Suspicious activity reported at 12 Moran Rd. Police advised. 2:26 a.m. Investigation at Motel 6, 1668 Worcester Rd. 6:19 a.m. Juvenile problem reported at 28 Second St. Apt A. Police advised. 7:02 a.m. Arrest made at 28A Second St on warrants. 7:51 a.m. Report of malicious destruction of property at 225 Irving St. 8:49 a.m. Suspicious activity reported at Red Roof Inn, 650 …