HOLBROOK — Chief William Smith of the Holbrook Police Department and Director Stephan Hooke of the Holbrook Regional Emergency Communications Center are pleased to report that together both agencies helped rescue a family from a coyote encounter earlier today.
STONEHAM — Police Chief James McIntyre and Animal Control Officer Brian Johnston report that the Stoneham Police Department and Board of Health conducted a search for an aggressive coyote last night.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent and the Burlington Police Department would like to remind residents of several important safety tips after a wild animal attacked a resident’s dog yesterday.
CONCORD – Chief Joseph O’Connor and the Concord Police Department would like to advise residents to be vigilant while at the Estabrook Road trail after several dogs were attacked by a coyote this week.
GLOUCESTER — Interim Chief John McCarthy and the Gloucester Police Department would like to offer community members several important safety tips to use to protect themselves, pets and homes from incidents involving wildlife.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken, Interim Chief John McCarthy and the Gloucester Police Department are advising residents to keep a careful watch on all pets after a resident’s dog was killed by a coyote last night.
ARLINGTON — After a coyote attack this morning, which resulted in the loss of one family’s dog, Chief Frederick Ryan and the Arlington Police Department, along with the Animal Control Officer Kathryn Kozikowski, would like to remind the community to be vigilant with their pets while outdoors.
Groveland Police Department Robert Kirmelewicz, Chief Public Safety Building 181 Main St Groveland, MA 01834 For Immediate Release Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Groveland Police Alerting Residents to Coyote Incidents Two Residents Reported Interactions with Aggressive Animal Should be Considered Dangerous, Rabid GROVELAND — Police Chief Robert Kirmelewicz reports that the […]