Chief Edward Walsh reports that the Taunton Police Department is investigating after a woman was attacked by six pit bulls while walking her dog down the street Wednesday night, April 24.
METHUEN — Mayor James Jajuga and Chief Joseph Solomon report that the Methuen Police Department has completed its investigation into the death of a German shepherd reported killed on Thursday, April 4.
Officer Daniel Holway and his Ipswich Police colleagues are mourning the passing of Officer Holway’s retired K-9 partner, Miso.
ASHLAND — Police Chief Craig Davis and District Attorney Marian Ryan report that Alberto Carmenatty, 29, of Chelsea, was arraigned yesterday after a serious altercation occurred on July 4.
NORTH READING — Police Chief Michael P. Murphy and Fire Chief Don Stats are very pleased to announce that, after a dramatic 10-minute emergency medical effort that was captured on video in the lobby of the police station, North Reading police officers and firefighters saved the life of a choking puppy.
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey Gillen reports that the Groveland Police Department is charging a woman after she allegedly assaulted a resident and pepper sprayed her dog while they were out walking.
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.
LITTLETON – Chief Matthew J. King reports that the Littleton Police Department responded to an abandoned 8-week-old pit bull that was found on the side of the road earlier this week.
Arlington Police Department Frederick Ryan, Chief of Police 112 Mystic St. Arlington, MA 02474 For Immediate Release Friday, July 24, 2015 Contact: Captain Richard Flynn, PIO Office: 781-316-3907 Cell: 781-844-1224 Email: [email protected] Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Arlington Police Investigating Pedestrian Struck By A Motor Vehicle ARLINGTON — Chief Frederick Ryan reports that […]
Boxborough Police Department Warren B. Ryder, Chief of Police 520 Massachusetts Ave. Boxborough, MA 01719 For Immediate Release Monday, Feb. 2, 2015 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Boxborough Police and Firefighters Rescue Dog Stuck in Snow-Covered Wall BOXBOROUGH — Police Chief Warren B. Ryder reports that the Boxborough Police and Fire Departments teamed up last […]