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Four Arrested With Stolen Packages

December 3, 2018 

On Friday, November 30, 2018, at approx. 4:05pm, a victim reported that an unknown male had just attempted to steal packages that had been delivered to her home on Dixwell Ave. As Officer Francis was responding to speak with the victim, an off-duty Lieutenant contacted dispatch reporting that he had observed a blue Altima in the Dixwell Ave area acting suspiciously.

Officer Francis located the vehicle as it pulled into a driveway on Dimmock Street. Officer Francis conducted an investigation and determined that the occupants were in possession of at least 10 packages, all believed to be stolen from the immediate area. The vehicle had pulled into the driveway in an attempt to elude the police.

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K9 Unit Featured in 2019 Calendar

November 30, 2018 

A preview of the 2019 Massachusetts Vest-A-Dog calendar featuring three of Quincy's finest: K9 Lexi, K9 Tucker, and K9 Hodor The calendar is a great Christmas gift for the dog-lover in your family and your donation supports canines across the state. It's a win-win! Pictured from L-R are:

K-9 Lexi, a 2-year-old Belgian Malinois, partner of Officer Kent Yee, is certified in EOD and Patrol.

K-9 Tucker, an 11-year-old German Shepherd Dog, partner of Patrolman Chris McDermott, is certified in EOD and Patrol.

K-9 Hodor, a 2 1/2-year-old Dutch Shepard, partner of Officer Christian Donovan, is certified in EOD and Patrol.

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Families Donate Hand-Made Blankets

November 20, 2018 

Thank you to the Kerrins & Bergin families for their thoughful donation of hand-made blankets. These blankets will be placed in cruisers in the event we come across homeless individuals during the winter months. A special thank you to Lea Bergin who used her own money to purchase hats and gloves to accompany the blankets.

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Murder Arrest in February Quincy Baby Death

November 20, 2018 

Detectives from the Quincy Police Department and State Police detectives from the Norfolk District Attorney’s Office have arrested Shu Hsu on a murder warrant from Quincy District Court related to the February death of 11-month old Chloe Chen .

Hsu, 28, of Weymouth was already facing assault charges in the incident and had already pled not guilty to those charges.

The incident has been under continuous investigation by the Quincy Police Department, State Police Detective Unit - Norfolk DA. Law enforcement was provided with additional information and determinations by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner relative to the injuries to Chloe Chen yesterday, leading to Hsu’s arrest today, according to Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey.

Hus is being processed at the Quincy Police Department and will be arraigned on the new murder count as soon as practicable today.

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Officer Rolfsen Visits YMCA Early Learning Center

November 8, 2018 

On Wednesday, November 7th, Officer Rolfsen visited the YMCA Early Learning Center. He interacted with the children, ages 2.9-5 years and talked to them about being a police officer. We received a very kind Thank You note from, which is below.

"I wanted to reach out and say thank you for making a police visit possible at the North Quincy Early Learning Center. The children were absolutely thrilled with officer Nick. Officer Nick went above and beyond making every child feel special and answered every question he was asked. Every child was able to take an individual picture with him and was given a sticker after. We couldn’t believe he was coming from finishing a shift and had so much energy. He even gave the class a special surprise and had officer Donovan stop by with his k-9 Hodor. Yesterday was truly a memorable day for the preschool class room and we have the wonderful people at the Quincy Police Department to thank for it." _ Kerry

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