BILLERICA 一 Chief Roy Frost reports that the Billerica Police Department arrested and charged a man after he allegedly attempted to steal from a senior resident using the increasingly common grandparent scam.
BILLERICA 一 Chief Roy Frost is proud to announce that the Billerica Police Department was recognized by Cops for Kids with Cancer, a non-profit that works to support the families of children with cancer, at the Billerica Select Board meeting this week.
BILLERICA 一 Chief Roy Frost reports that the Billerica Police Department arrested and charged two women with the armed robbery of a convenience store late Wednesday night.
BILLERICA 一 Chief Roy Frost is pleased to announce that the Billerica Police Department has been awarded $65,000 in grant funding to improve road safety.
BILLERICA — Chief Roy Frost and the Billerica Police Department invite the community to join Billerica Police officers and command staff for a cup of coffee and conversation on Wednesday.
*PHOTOS* Front Line Initiative and Billerica Police Take Part in Billerica Health & Wellness’ Family Well-Being Festival
BILLERICA — Executive Director Matthew Page-Shelton and Chief Roy Frost are pleased to report that Front Line Initiative and Billerica Police Department participated in Billerica Wellness’ Family Well-Being Festival.
BILLERICA — Chief Roy Frost and the Billerica Police Department are pleased to announce that veteran dispatcher Maureen “Micky” Lamarre has been promoted to be the department’s Communications Center Supervisor, a new position mean to improve communications and service from Billerica Police.
BILLERICA — The Front Line Initiative would like to invite the Billerica community to join them at Billerica Health and Wellness’ Family Well-being Festival on Tuesday afternoon.
CHELMSFORD — Chief James M. Spinney reports that the Chelmsford Police Department is charging three people with removing catalytic converters from vehicles at a local business, and investigating the source of numerous other catalytic converters recovered on Monday.
Billerica Police and MA-VLEOA Recognize Billerica Police Auxiliary’s Contribution to Community as Unit’s Future is in Doubt
The Massachusetts Volunteer Law Enforcement Officer Association (MA-VLEOA) and the Billerica Police Department would like to recognize the officers of the Billerica Police Department Auxiliary Unit for their years of service to their community as their unit faces an uncertain future.