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Andrew J. Sluckis, Jr.  Chief of Police

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  • Reduce crime, the fear of crime, and improve the quality of life of Auburn's residents.
  • Improve the trust and collaboration between community residents, businesses and police officers
  • Augment education and training of crime prevention and youth intervention.
  • Remain on the cutting edge of best practices that promote safe, livable, viable neighborhoods and business districts.

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    Congratulations on a great career Chief. Enjoy your retirement. ...

    The Ware Police Department would like congratulate Chief KENNETH A. KOVITCH on his retirement from the Ware Police Department. Chief Kovitch was hired full time at the Ware Police Department on July 1, 1988. Chief Kovitch’s career consisted of the following positions at the Ware Police Department, Officer, Detective, Sergeant, then Chief of Police. The Officers and Sgts. At the Ware Police Department would like to congratulate Kenneth A. Kovitch on his retirement and would like to thank you for your service while at the Ware Police Department.

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    On April 27, 2017 at approximately 1320 hours, the APD received a call from a resident indicating that she believed she had just witnessed a "robbery in progress" at a house on Oxford Street.
    The witness reported that the victim residence was on the corner of Oxford Street North and Laurel Street and was light blue in color.
    The witness further reported that she believed the male suspect had gained entry through a window in the front of the house and was still inside the residence.
    Several units responded to the area within a minute and located the suspect inside, taking him into custody without incident.
    The suspect was identified as Christopher Katinas, 31, of Worcester.
    Katinas will be arraigned in Worcester District Court tomorrow on charges of Breaking and Entering Daytime with Intent to Commit a Felony and Destruction of Property over $250 and Larceny Over $250.

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    Don't forget the Tarentino Strong Road Race is coming up this Sunday April 30 at Leicester High School. You can still register on race day starting at 8am. Race starts at 10am.
    We sincerely appreciate your support and hope to see you there.

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