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Police Department becomes part of movie set

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Batman paid a visit to the Canton Police Department last weekend. On Feb. 1, the department served as a set for “Caped Crusader: The Dark Hours,” which stars Tom Mariano and was written by Ramsey Eassa. The local actor and filmmaker needed an interrogation room scene, and asked Canton Police Lieutenant Thomas Kelleher. Kelleher supervised the filming, which the department allowed on a Saturday that was expected to be slow. He described the movie as a small-budget film. “They were very professional and were in and out of here in four hours,” Kelleher said in an interview Wednesday. For more information on the film, visit the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/capedcrusaderthedarkhours.

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