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Carlton E. Abbott

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Freetown

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Blog - Page 2 of 15 - Kane Law - Personal Injury Lawyers

kanelawgroup.com [cached]

As a tractor trailer was pulling away from a loading dock, the victim fell between the truck and loading dock, and a forklift used for unloading material from the trailer fell on top of the man and crushed him, Freetown Police Chief Carlton Abbott said.
Freetown Police and Fire responded to the 911 call, which came in around 12:38 a.m. They performed first aid until an ambulance transported the victim to Charlton Memorial Hospital in Fall River, where he was pronounced dead, Abbott said.


patch.com

Alphonse Ferent, 51, was crushed to death by a forklift during a late night accident, Freetown Police Chief Carlton Abbott told the Fall River Herald News.


www.tauntongazette.com

Page 2 of 2 - Freetown Police Chief Carlton Abbott disagreed with the chiefs' contention that the vandalism to Profile Rock is a hate crime.
"Based on our investigation, we don't see that," said Abbott, who added that the area around Profile Rock has long been targeted by people spray-painting graffiti and tagging. Still, Abbott noted that the defendants, if convicted, could face up to two years in jail, lose their driver's licenses for one year and be required to pay for removing the spray paint from Profile Rock. "The matter is being taken very seriously," Abbott said. "It's in the hands of the district attorney's office at this point." The chiefs' joint statement was signed by:


www.tauntongazette.com

Freetown Police Chief Carlton Abbott recognized and thanked the efforts of the reporting party "whose actions were instrumental in the capture of the suspect," according to the Freetown press release.


www.heraldnews.com

Bullock tried to enter the home via both the front and back doors, believing there could be people and animals inside, Freetown police Chief Carlton Abbott said.


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