BRIDGEWATER — Chief Christopher Delmonte reports that a traffic stop on Saturday, Jan. 11 led to the arrest of the driver and his three passengers on firearm charges.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew J. Pinard reports that the Littleton Police Department has charged a man with several violations after bullet holes were found in a neighboring home.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore reports that the Georgetown Police Department arrested a man yesterday on 16 firearm and drug charges following an extensive, month-long investigation.
ANDOVER POLICE DEPARTMENT Chief Patrick Keefe 32 North Main St. Andover, MA 01810 For Immediate Release Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Andover Police Seize Guns, Heroin in Takedown of Alleged Drug Trafficking Operation Two Suspects Arrested, Two Additional Suspects Wanted by Police ANDOVER — Chief Patrick Keefe reports that […]
Littleton and Boxborough Police Complete Training Utilizing Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Mobile Training Center
BILLERICA – Members of the Littleton and Boxborough Police Departments recently completed interactive, scenario-based firearms training utilizing the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office Mobile Training Center (MTC), Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian, Littleton Police Chief Matthew King and Boxborough Police Chief Warren B. Ryder announced today.
RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace reports that the second suspect wanted in connection with a Randolph Police Department investigation into illegal firearms in the community has been apprehended.
Randolph Police arrested a man and seized two illegal handguns after a department investigation into illegal firearm possession in the community.
Officials today announced 65 unwanted guns were turned in Saturday during the first weekend of a regional gun buyback initiative being held in eastern Middlesex County, including Arlington.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Chief Richard D. Howe reports that the Tyngsborough Police is actively searching for a suspect involved in breaking and entering into a business and stealing multiple firearms yesterday.
Chief Michael Kent reports that Burlington police officers completed six days of advanced firearms training to refine skills and better prepare themselves when responding to various incidents while in the field.