The following are stories that made headlines in Easton this week.
1. Easton Police Sergeant McAvoy Honored for Community Service Easton Police sergeant James McAvoy was presented with a community service award at the National Night Out Against Crime at the Brockton Rox's game. Read the story here.
2. Easton Man Faces Charges in "Rent to Own" Scheme Joshua Leventhal, 42, of Easton, was indicted in connection with
stealing more than $100,000 from customers in a “Rent to Own”
advance-fee scheme, Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley’s
Office announced Friday. Read the story.
3. Easton Buying Two New Police Cruisers Easton is getting two new police cruisers this year. According to the Board of Selectmen, Easton is purchasing two
new police cruisers from MHQ Vehicles, a company based out of Connecticut. Read story here.
4. Easton's Queset Development Gains Ground The Easton selectmen voted 4-0 on Monday to approve
recent changes to the Queset Development Agreement from the planning board. Read the story here.
5. Easton Police Search for Armed Robbery Suspect Easton Police are looking for a light-skinned black male, who attempted an armed robbery and got into a physical altercation at Dunkin Donuts at 285 Washington St. Monday at around 9:30 p.m. Read more of the story here.