Middleborough Police and Animal Control report that a fox that was believed to have attacked two people on Sunday and Monday was located and killed early Tuesday morning.
Chief Joseph Perkins reports that the Middleborough Police Department and Animal Control Officer are investigating after two people reported being bitten by a fox late Sunday night and Monday morning.
Middleborough Police would like to provide residents with an update on where things stand with today’s search for a fox that is believed to have attacked two people late last night and this morning.
CHELMSFORD — Chief James M. Spinney reports that the Chelmsford Police Department responded today after a fox allegedly attacked two people.
BURLINGTON — Police Chief Michael Kent and the Burlington Police Department are issuing an alert after a Fox that most likely was responsible for attacks on three residents yesterday has tested positive for rabies.
Ipswich warning residents after a fox that attacked several people over the weekend tested positive for rabies and a second fox was killed Monday.
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.
Fox 25 News honored Arlington Police Chief Frederick Ryan as the “Hometown Hero” for overseeing the nationally-cited Arlington Outreach Initiative.
North Reading Police Department Chief Michael P Murphy 150 Park St. North Reading, MA 01864 For Immediate Release Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 North Reading Police Issue Tips for Residents in Dealing with Foxes NORTH READING — With a recent uptick in fox sightings in town, and the sad loss of […]