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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 your retirement! You will certainly be missed. ...

    FF/EMT Donald Contois is retiring, his last shift is today. He has served the department and the Town of Auburn for 41 years. Don joined the department as an Aux. FF in October of 1976 and was appointed a Call FF in July of 1979. Don has served the last 16 years as a Career FF.

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    On December 27, 2017, APD Officers responded to 10 White Terrace for a report of a sixteen year old female who was being held against her will and possibly tortured.

    Officers arrived, located the victim, identified the possible suspects and secured the residence as a crime scene.

    Subsequent investigation and information yielded through interviews with the occupants of the home revealed that a home invasion had occurred earlier that day, where two men entered the home demanding marijuana. Once inside, the victims were assaulted and threatened and at least three shots were fired from a firearm possessed by one of the suspects.

    Based on information obtained from these preliminary interviews, investigators were able to obtain and verify a Facebook profile picture which showed both possible suspects.

    This information was shared with the Worcester Police Department and the suspects were quickly identified by several Gang Unit officers.

    Arrest warrants were obtained for each of the identified males through the Worcester District Court. The warrants were served yesterday morning with the assistance of the Worcester Police Gang Unit, Worcester Detective Bureau, Worcester Police Operations and members of the Massachusetts State Police Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section (VFAS).

    The two men arrested yesterday are identified as Xabiel Feliciano 22, of Worcester and Ibrahim Burale 24, of Worcester.

    Both men are presumed innocent until proven guilty at trial.

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    Auburn MA Police Department shared Auburnmassfire's post. ...

    All companies have cleared the MVA with entrapment on I-290 West near exit 8. The patient was transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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