Marlborough, Connecticut 06447




January 27, 2010

     It was a full house at Bodyworks Fitness Center January 21st as over 55 attendees came to hear Marlborough Resident Troopers Mark Packer and Craig Fox discussed the break-ins that have been occurring in town. Bodyworks Fitness Center Owner Janice Flanagan hosted the evening providing the venue and refreshments for all. She is offering great classes and deals through the month of January, including a ZumbaThon to which she will donate all proceeds to Multiple Sclerosis research. Janice serves on the Board of the Marlborough Business Association, and is an active member of the Marlborough Community. Stop by Bodyworks at 3-5 East Hampton Road or visit them online at for class schedules or more information.

     Members of the Marlborough Business Association and residents of the community asked questions and shared stories to help better communicate concerns and information regarding the recent residential, vehicle and commercial burglaries. Trooper Packer reminded everyone to be aware and vigilant, “Lock your doors, set your alarms, and don't be afraid to call us if something is out of place.” They attribute the crimes to an increase in drug activity and in part to the economy. Trooper Fox, who has recently filled Trooper Manny Acostas position handed out his business card and a brochure about simple ways to protect yourself as a homeowner and as a business owner. Being from Marlborough, both troopers have a vested interest in the community they serve and look forward to continuing their work with the public.

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