Wellesley's Week in Review
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On July 2, then 19-year-old college student Paul Nelson, left, posed as then 15-year-old Wellesley High School rising junior Kevin Superko for one game during the Weston Wildcat’s American Legion baseball season. Coach Justin Miller later reported the violation, and the game was logged as a forfeit. Miller was suspended for the remainder of the legion season. Wellesley Patch ran this photo with a story July 5, identifying the players, from left to right, as Kevin Superko and Dean Petzing.
Police set up a detour of Washington Street in the Lower Falls area last week.
Wellesley Patch reported about Legion Baseball Coach Justin Miller’s use of a ringer in a game last summer.
The Wellesley Hills Congregational Church will host its annual pumpkin patch beginning Oct. 15.
The Wellesley Police Department reported a caretaker was allegedly writing checks to herself in the name of the elderly woman she was caring for.
Police also reported that a man was charged with kidnapping following a tussle with police.
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