Regional Roundup: Robberies at Dunkin Donuts, Banks and More
A look at the top headlines around the area for the week of Oct. 14.
Man Attempts to Rob 2 Dunkin' Donuts in Plainville
While Kevin Driscoll of North Attleboro and others were waiting for their friend to get off of work at the Dunkin' Donuts at 82 Taunton Street in Plainville on Wednesday night, he couldn’t have predicted what happened only moments after he left the building. After leaving the shop to wait for his friend, Driscoll witnessed the shop and his friend get held up during an attempted robbery.
Both Gregory Mansur, 23 and his wife Amanda Mansur, 24 were found by the North Attleboro police while allegedly planning to hold up a Honey Dew Donuts on North Attleboro. Gregory Mansur was found with a hypodermic needle containing blood on it which police suspect he was going to be used to help hold up the shop.
An assault incident in South Norwood last Thursday has led to the arrest of two local males for drug-related charges, Norwood Police spokesman Kevin Grasso said in an email statement Tuesday.
The suspect in the initial assault has not yet been arrested, but police are "actively looking to get him in custody," according to Grasso. He said the suspect's name will be released once he has been arrested and arraigned.
Yesterday the Dedham Savings Bank at 55 Elm St. was robbed and there is new information available.
According to Dedham Police a white male (in the picture) entered the bank and passed a note to the teller. The suspect then fled the scene in a gray/charcoal colored Jeep Cherokee.
A Foxborough man who allegedly exposed himself while walking in the area of South Street was arrested and charged with three counts of open and gross lewdness, according to Foxborough Police reports.
Bryant P. Lane, 24, of South Street was arrested by Foxborough Police on Oct. 5 following an investigation by officer Charles Gallagher.