BOXBOROUGH – Chief Warren B. Ryder is pleased to announce that the Boxborough Police Department, in conjunction with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will once again be participating in National Drug Take Back Day this weekend.
BOXBOROUGH – With tax season now underway, Chief Warren B. Ryder and the Boxborough Police Department would like to advise the community to be careful with personal and financial information when filing, in order to avoid falling victim to common scams.
Police Chief Warren Ryder and Town Administrator Ryan Ferrara regret to announce the passing of longtime Department of Public Works and Fire Department employee Robert “Bo” Sokolowski.
Chief Warren Ryder is pleased to share that a Boxborough resident was recently rewarded for a good deed she performed in November 2018.
BOXBOROUGH — Chief Warren Ryder and the Boxborough Police Department wish to share safety tips for families this Halloween season.
The Boxborough Police, in partnership with multiple agencies, have arrested a suspect allegedly involved in a home break-in that occurred late last month.
The Boxborough Police completed training that will help them more effectively overcome cultural and racial barriers when interacting with the public.
BOXBOROUGH — Chief Warren B. Ryder reports that the Boxborough Police Department saved a resident’s life yesterday by deploying nasal Naloxone to combat a suspected opioid overdose.
BOXBOROUGH – Chief Warren B. Ryder reports that the Boxborough Police Department today arrested a man who has been on the run from police for nearly 20 years.
BOXBOROUGH – Chief Warren Ryder and the Boxborough Police Department are urging drivers and pedestrians to use caution on the roads after several residents reported having close calls driving at dusk or later, not seeing and almost hitting people walking in the street.