Gary Jackson Heating Svs

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Gary Jackson Heating Svs
Gary Jackson Heating Svs offers Furnace Repair services in Keene NH.

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Gary Jackson Heating Services shared Keene, NH Police Department's post.
From Grayson’s mom; Hello everyone this is Maddie. I am Grayson’s mom. PLEASE do NOT go into the woods and try to catch him. He WILL run away from you. He ran away from me because he is so scared right now. If you want to drive up the roads to see if you can see him that’s ok but definitely do not go after him!! I have contacted Granite State Dog Recovery and life traps with food and blankets have been set up to catch him! I really appreciate all your kind words and prayers. Hopefully he will come up and walk into the life trap tonight 🙏🏼 THANK YOU everybody!! At approximately 9:30 this morning (12/13/17) the pictured dog, named Grayson, was hit by a car near the Army Reserve Center at 628 Lower Main St. The dog would not come back to the owner and proceeded to run from her. The driver of the vehicle stopped and assisted the owner with trying to locate the dog. Grayson was last seen at 10:30 am in the woods near the Reserve Center. We are asking if you see Grayson to please note where you see him and call Keene Police at 603-357-9813. Please DO NOT CHASE. We believe he is injured. Thank you.


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Keene police are warning the public about a scam that has hit Liberty Utilities customers.

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*Minor edits made 11/30 at the Ranson's request* Below is an accounting, directly from Jim Ranson of Poocham Rd, of events occurring on November 19. Good morning Dawn, Nancy and I don’t do facebook, but here is what happened 1 1/2 weeks ago on early Saturday morning, Nov. 19. At 1:20 AM I was awaken by a big pounding on our front door, followed by the ringing of the doorbell. I quickly dressed, got my 44 magnum revolver, and turned on the light over our front door. Without opening the door, I could see through a side window by the door that a tall girl was standing there. I slipped out a side door to the screened-in porch next to the front door and asked her what she wanted. She appeared to be around 19-23 years old, tall, blondish hair, wearing big frame glasses. The girl did not seem to be “impaired”. She told me that her car was out of gas, she was lost, and was freezing to death. She asked to come in where it was warm so that she could make a phone call for help. I told her no, that she was not coming inside of our house. Obviously, she saw my gun and didn’t want to press the issue. I told her our address and offered my cell-phone to call someone. She said that she had her own phone. I repeated to her that she was not coming inside and to leave. I went back inside and shut off the light and went back to bed. When she was talking to me, red flags went up in my mind. If you are out of gas, why drive up our long driveway, instead of going to the Austin’s house (she didn’t) down below on the road. Later on that morning, Nancy and I reviewed the security camera tape (after we figured out how to do it). The girl drove up our driveway, pulled in front of our garage, got out and talked on her cell phone for a few minutes before pounding (not knocking) on our door. When I went back inside, she went back to her car, talked on her phone again, and then drove around in a loop (in a car that was out of gas) in the parking area before going down the driveway. This I am sure. She was lying. If I had not come to the door, thinking no one was home, she would have called a “friend” or two that probably were parked somewhere down below to come up and break into our home. That was a big wakeup call for us. We did notify the State Police of the incident. The following Monday morning I went to Jacky’s to tell the gang about my experience. Two of them said that before hearing my story, they would have let the poor freezing girl come inside—wrong! One of them said that up until now, he has always left their doors unlocked at night. He doesn’t anymore. We live in a different world now. The takeaway of my story is (1) NEVER let a stranger inside of your home, regardless of their situation, (2) keep your doors locked at night and when you are not home, and if possible—be armed! You can imagine, Dawn, that as my story gets passed around, it becomes a life of its own with multiple versions. But this is how it happened. Jim

Gary Jackson Heating Services shared Moms On a Mission's post.
This was our 3rd year purchasing the Good Friend Bears at Hannaford's during the WKNE Feed a Friend drive. The first two years, we donated them back so they could distribute them to local children but this year we chose to donate them to Moms On a Mission so they can give them to the children when they enter the foster care system.
Today M.O.M.'s received a wonderful donation from Angel Jackson, 45 brand spanking new teddy bears for the children in foster care in our community. The children will be delighted to cuddle with these soft little fur babies when they arrive at their new foster home. Thoughtful and generous <3. Thank you.