Updated information from the Granby Police Department
The Town of Granby would like to announce that the Parking Ban will be in effect from 7pm today, February 29th, until further notice. This means that there is no on-street parking allowed.
The Granby Police Department has the set dates and information for the 2012 DARE Basketball and Soccer Camps.
The 2012 DARE Basketball Camp will run Monday July 9- Friday July 13 (for grades 6-10) and Monday July 16- Friday July 20(Grades 3-6) Camp sessions run 9 am to 3 pm daily. 6th Graders may attend either session. Those 6th grade players who attend Session 1 can also attend Session 2 on a space available basis.
The 2012 Dare Soccer Camp will be held July 23 - July 27 and is available to student’s grades 3 -10 (grades as of 9/12). The camp will run from 8:30 to 12:30 daily and is available to all area youth.
For more information you can contact Officer James White by email email@example.com or at the police station 413-467-9222. Applications for the camp are available at the police station, or at the police department’s website www.granbypd.org , under downloads, on the homepage of the website. Grades are as of September 2012. Camp fee is $40. (Discounts for multiple family members.) Apply early as camp fills up FAST!
On February 9th at approximately 8:00 PM 45 year old Scott Szaban of 399 East State Street Granby was arrested and charged with arson of a dwelling house. The arrest was based on a warrant issued by the Eastern Hampshire District Court. The arrest warrant was the result of an in-depth investigation into the fire that completely destroyed the home at 92 Chicopee Street in Granby in late September of 2011. The investigation was conducted by Massachusetts State Police personnel assigned to the Office of the State Fire Marshal, agents from the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco , Firearms and Explosives (ATF) and personnel from the Granby Fire and Police Departments. Officers affecting the arrest arrived at Szaban’s residence and located Szaban who was armed with a rifle that was equipped with a laser sight. He at one point aimed the weapon with the laser engaged in the direction of the officers. Szaban put the weapon down when officers identified themselves and was arrested without further incident. The rifle was later determined to be a pellet gun. Szaban is being held at the Hampshire County Sheriffs Correctional Center in Northampton pending his arraignment in district court on February 10, 2012.