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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.
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    On March 22, 2017 at approximately 7:15p.m. APD officers responded to a reported stabbing that had occurred outside of the Auburn Mall. The victim had left the scene and was in communication with family members as he drove himself for medical attention.
    The victim was located by Worcester Police Officers and was transported to UMASS Hospital on Lake Ave. where he was treated for two stab wounds.
    The victim later told investigators that he had answered an online ad, set up a meeting and was then robbed at knifepoint after the two suspects entered his parked vehicle.
    Using information provided by the victim along with video surveillance obtained from a business at the Mall, the investigation quickly focused on Eric Collette, 24 and Ann Delcid, 31 both of Auburn.
    Both Collette and Delcid will be arraigned in Worcester District Court on Friday March 24th.
    This incident reminds us all of the possible dangers of purchasing goods and services over the Internet. You are always welcome to use the APD upper lot to arrange these meetings if you have concerns. Be safe!

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    Some positive news to start your week....

    Shortly after midnight today, the Auburn Police Department responded to 22 Blaker Street where the caller reported a 5 week old American Bulldog puppy had been stolen from the home.

    The suspect, Amanda Milott (age 23) of Worcester, an associate of the victim, had come to the victim's house as she was interested in buying the puppy.

    When the owner of the puppy left the room. Millott grabbed the puppy and ran to an awaiting vehicle. The suspects then fled to Worcester.

    Auburn Police Officers, with the assistance of Worcester Police Department route officers, checked addresses known to be associated with Milott. A short time later, Milott was located with the puppy at a residence in Worcester.

    Milott was arrested on an outstanding arrest warrant for unrelated charges and was also charged with Larceny Over $250.

    The puppy was later claimed at the APD by its' owner, but not before a few "evidentiary" pictures were taken.

    Milot will be transported to Worcester District Court for arraignment.

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