Photo Gallery Dispatch Chief’s HVAC Unit Training Room Basement Heater Pipes Chief’s Office Brass jumps from Officer Mulkerin’s handgun as he qualifies. Sergeant Herrera, Officer Vestri, and Officer Smith take aim from a distance. Sergeant Greathead waiting his turn on the firing line. Officer Carrubba goes through the “Night Fire” course. Sergeant Lessieur sends the Taser darts toward a concerned “bad guy”, being performed by Lieutenant Blain. Officer Coyle moves in to take custody of the fleeing suspect. While an object gets hurled at Officer Vestri, Detective Maskalenko subdues the bad guy. Officer Bezanson asks Lieutenant Blain nicely to keep his distance. Officer Fogarty starts to lose his grip, so Sergeant Herrera gives Lieutenant Blain a taste of “pepper spray” (this one is smells like mint though). Officer Coyle gets ready for a charging Lieutenant Blain. Our detective lab ceiling. More black mold in the garage, on the ceiling Black mold on paperwork in the electrical room HVAC Pipe insulation This was our squad room The chief’s office was stripped down to the bare floor joists. HVAC wall unit removal has exposed what we expected – some mold and no insulation along the exterior walls. Most of the flooring around the HVAC units looks like this photo – years of water leaking. This one is in the lieutenant’s office The Pepperell Communications Center, manned continuously since 1988, sat vacant while a state mobile 911 trailer had to be brought in. Everything had to be stripped from this room for mold remediation.