Friday, March 7, 2003
Carlisle Police were happy to learn last Friday that the subpoena they needed for Verizon to release phone records had been approved and they were in a position to get the phone logs needed to trace the threatening call made to the assessors' office on January 31. Police chief David Galvin said on Monday, March 3, "That was the good news." He went on to say that the bad news was that Verizon's system doesn't record local calls, so while they had legal access to phone records, there were none that would be helpful in their investigation. However, there are alternative methods for obtaining the needed information which the police department is currently pursuing.
In other police news, Kelly Mansfield, who was arrested with her husband Erik for breaking into a car at the state park last November, had been to court and was scheduled for a trial next month.
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