Plymouth Police Chief Michael Botieri told Town Manager Melissa Arrighi on her YouTube show “Truth Be Told” that after 36 years on the force, he plans to retire in the “next month, maybe two at the most, I’ll be gone by summer for sure.” Botieri talks about his retirement at approximately minute 22 of the video posted below.
A Canton woman told 10Boston her Nana’s wedding ring was stolen from her finger during the final days of her life at BID-Plymouth.
“My grandmother said I could have the ring when I got married, and it’s one of those things, my grandmother and I were best friends, so it’s just a piece of her that was always going to be with me that now I don’t have,” said Shari Kimball-Hill.
Police are investigating.
A GoFundMe has raised over $45K for two Plymouth men hurt in accident, including the driver now charged with driving under the influence
The 20 year old driver charged with driving under influence after a late night Saturday crash which required one of his passengers to be airlifted to the hospital, is now the co-beneficiary of a GoFundMe effort which has raised over $45,000.
As of noon Friday, the GoFundMe description states that the men “were recently in a traumatic car accident” but does not mention that the driver, Austin Budrow, faces charges related to the accident for “negligent driving and driving under the influence of alcohol” according to Plymouth Wicked Local.
The Plymouth Jetty was hit with Black Live Matters graffiti recently, jetty also appears to be victim of other non-political graffiti.