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September 21, 2006
Police dedicate substation at Rising Sun Mills / Photo
Providence Police officer Patty Nichols, on horse Holigan, and others applaud during the press conference at the new District 5 station in Olneyville at 166 Valley St., named the Sgt. Steven M. Shaw Neighborhood Station.
Journal photo / Kathy Borchers
PROVIDENCE -- The Providence Police Department dedicated a new neighborhood police station with a ribbon cutting this morning at Rising Sun Mills, 166 Valley Street.
Mayor David N. Cicilline and Police Chief Dean Esserman attended, along with owners of Rising Sun Mills Corporation.
The station is named for Sgt. Steven M. Shaw, a Providence police sergeant who died in the line of duty.
Lt. Robert T. Lepre will be commander of the District 5 station.
Rising Sun Mills is a former factory that has been turned into loft apartments and offices.
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