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Mass. fire chief allegedly stole drugs from ambulance

Princeton Fire Chief David F. Cobb was arraigned Monday on two drug charges


By Aaron Nicodemus
Telegram & Gazette

WORCESTER, Mass. — Princeton Fire Chief David F. Cobb - the town's first full-time fire chief and its Fire Department's only full-time employee - was arraigned yesterday on two drug charges in Worcester District Court for allegedly stealing narcotics from the town ambulance.

Chief Cobb, 45, of 100 Cutler Road, in the Jefferson section of Holden, was arraigned on one count of larceny of a drug, and one count of obtaining drugs by fraud. He was released on personal recognizance, and scheduled to return to court Dec. 3.

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