Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Stoughton Police responded to reports of gunfire on Rayburn Road in Stoughton Monday night. No one was hit and there were no injuries.
Stoughton Police received multiple calls Monday, Jan. 28 around 10:15 p.m. about hearing gunshots in the vicinity of Rayburn Road in Stoughton, which is in the Ralph Mann Drive/Stoughton Street neighborhood off Pearl St. The second logged call reported five gun shots at 115 Rayburn Rd. Police officers responded and found a parked vehicle and the home had been hit by bullets, according to the entry in the police log. Executive Officer Robert Devine said "several shots" were discharged, but no one was hit or injured. No arrests have been been made and police do not have a suspect at this time, Devine said. The incident remains under investigation.
Saturday, August 18, 2012
A look at the top headlines in your town and the surrounding area for the week of August 5, 2012.
2,800-Mile Takeout Run: Mississippi Man Returns Home with 250 Pizzas from Stoughton's Town Spa Most people have a favorite pizza place. For David Schuler his is Town Spa in Stoughton, about 1,400 miles away from his Madison, Mississippi home. But that doesn't prevent Schuler, a Stoughton native, from enjoying a slice (or more) of his favorite hometown pizza. Schuler made headlines last August when he drove from his home in Madison, Miss. (north of Jackson, Miss.) to Town Spa and back again to pick up an order of 150 pizzas. He upped the ante this year by placing an order of 250 pizzas. After enjoying lunch at the Stoughton restaurant August 11, he packed up his car with six coolers full of pizza and began his journey back home to …
Friday, July 27, 2012
A 26-year-old Raynham man allegedly threatened the operator of another vehicle with a gun during a Friday morning argument at the Mobil Station at the corner of Washington and Central Streets in Stoughton.
An argument at a Stoughton gas station escalated when a Raynham man allegedly threatened the operator of another vehicle with a gun, according to the Stoughton Police Department's Facebook page. The alleged incident happened Friday morning, July 27, around 7 a.m. at the Mobil Station at the corner of Washington and Central Streets. The operator of one vehicle, 26-year-old Frederick Baker, is said to have "pointed a firearm at and threatened the operator of the second vehicle," according to Stoughton Police. Baker left the Mobil station and then traveled into Canton. However, he was stopped and held by Canton Police on Randolph Street in Canton. Baker is charged with making threats and assault with a dangerous weapon. His .25 caliber …