Man charged after police respond to vacant campus

Attleboro, Mass. man was wanted as fugitive from justice

Posted 6/6/19

Barrington police responded to the former Zion Bible College property at about 1:35 a.m. on Sunday, June 2, for a vehicle parked deep in the campus.

Police said two people were inside the vehicle …

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Man charged after police respond to vacant campus

Attleboro, Mass. man was wanted as fugitive from justice

Posted

Barrington police responded to the former Zion Bible College property at about 1:35 a.m. on Sunday, June 2, for a vehicle parked deep in the campus.

Police said two people were inside the vehicle — after checking the IDs of the people, police arrested Cameron J. Young, 19, of Attleboro, Mass., as a fugitive from justice, and also charged him with underage possession of consumption-possession.

Mr. Young and a female passenger said they had heard the property was haunted. Police also allegedly found a bottle of cognac inside the vehicle.

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