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On July 10, 2017, The 64th ROC, along with the Academy Staff arrived at the regular PT site – Myles Standish State Forest.  Upon arrival, we were notified by the Department of Corrections about a subject who walked off  from the Massachusetts Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center.  We were provided a photo along with a description.  We conducted our scheduled PT session – 2.25 Mile Formation Run. Upon the conclusion of our Motivation Run, we returned to the staging area to complete our session for the day.  After dismissal the Student Officers fell out to retrieve their duty belts in the secured duty cruiser.  At that point a Student Officer observed a white male in the woods fitting the description of the subject.  The Student Officer advised the Academy Staff, and together they approached the individual.  The individual then ran off into the woods.  The 64th ROC reacted quickly and gave chase, detaining the subject.  The Academy Staff took control of the subject until the Department of Corrections took custody of him.   Outstanding Job 64th ROC!

Submitted by: Plymouth Academy Director Eileen M. L. Goodick

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