BRAINTREE — Mayor Charles C. Kokoros and Deputy Chief Michael Want will brief the media Monday afternoon regarding Friday’s shooting at the South Shore Plaza as well as possible security enhancements at the mall.
BRAINTREE — Chief Mark Dubois reports that the Braintree Police Department has two male suspects in custody following a shooting at South Shore Plaza earlier today.
BRAINTREE — Chief Mark Dubois is releasing the booking photo of a man accused of murdering a woman in Braintree yesterday.
BRAINTREE — Chief Mark Dubois reports that a man was arrested and charged after he fled from Braintree officers after allegedly being involved in a hit-and-run pedestrian crash in Brockton earlier in the afternoon Friday.
BRAINTREE — Chief Mark Dubois reports that a man was arrested and charged after he intentionally accelerated at officers that were trying to initiate a traffic stop and struck a cruiser, injuring one officer Wednesday afternoon.
Randolph Police Arrest and Charge Driver that Fled from Braintree Officers at South Shore Plaza Monday Night
Randolph Police Chief William Pace and Braintree Police Chief Mark Dubois report that the Randolph Police Department arrested and charged a man who fled from officers in Braintree at South Shore Plaza Monday night.
Braintree Police Department Reminds Residents of Local Resources, Support Services Available Amid COVID-19
BRAINTREE — Chief Mark Dubois and the Braintree Police Department wish to provide information and resources for anyone who may be struggling or in need of local assistance as a result of the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing.
Braintree Police Complete One Mind Campaign to Better Serve those Suffering from Mental Health Disorders
BRAINTREE — Chief Mark Dubois is pleased to share that the Braintree Police Department has completed its pledge through the One Mind Campaign to improve its response to those suffering from mental health disorders.
BRAINTREE — Mayor Charles C. Kokoros presented members of the Braintree Town Council with the Fiscal Year 2021 Budget during the council’s meeting Tuesday, April 28.
BRAINTREE — Mayor Charles C. Kokoros and Police Chief Mark Dubois would like to remind residents to be vigilant of potential scams around COVID-19, like requesting donations or selling products claiming to cure, prevent or detect the virus.