The latest Wellesley Police News video features three recent local stories.
Neither blizzards, rolling busses nor lions can stop the police department--at least in the last few weeks. In a new video from the Wellesley Police, Officer Christopher Fritts shares the latest news from the department. Among the featured stories: See the Wellesley Police website for the video.
Watertown residents called Wellesley Police about a neighbors' missing lion, WCVB reports.
Wellesley Police helped a heavy stone lion make the long trip back to Watertown. After reports came out yesterday of a missing lion, residents of Watertown called police noting similarities to a neighbors' stone lion, according to WCVB. The owner is staying with her daughter in Woburn, but lives in Watertown. Police tweeted a photo of the stone lion Sunday afternoon, saying, IS THIS YOUR LION? WPD has recovered this lion today near Wellesley Hills. Give WPD a call 781 235 1212. pic.twitter.com/nAzNMic1 The owner of the home at which the statue was found reportedly had no idea where the lion had come from. It did take several officers to move the stone king of the jungle, which reportedly weighed a couple of hundreds of pounds, WCVB …