Police hold ‘stuff-a-cruiser’ drive at Northborough Walmart

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Police hold ‘stuff-a-cruiser’ drive at Northborough Walmart
UMass Medical School Police Chief Clanford Pierce, Sergeant Gregory Markiewicz and Officers Gladys Matos and Patrick Clements all gathered at Northborough’s Walmart location for a recent “stuff-a-cruiser” event. (Photo/Cheryl Arsenault)

NORTHBOROUGH – Representatives of the UMass Medical School Police Department set up shop in Northborough, Dec. 4 for a “stuff-a-cruiser” donation drive to benefit foster families.

Chief Clanford Pierce, Sergeant Gregory Markiewicz and Officers Gladys Matos and Patrick Clements all gathered at Northborough’s Walmart location.

They collected everything from iTunes gift cards to children’s hats, mittens and gloves.

The police then passed gifts on to the Department of Children and Families to be distributed at an annual Worcester-area holiday party. That party is sponsored by UMass Memorial Medical Center.

Police hold ‘stuff-a-cruiser’ drive at Northborough Walmart
UMass Medical School Police Chief Clanford Pierce, Sergeant Gregory Markiewicz and Officers Gladys Matos and Patrick Clements all gathered at the Northborough Walmart location for a recent “stuff-a-cruiser” event. (Photo/Cheryl Arsenault)

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