MARBLEHEAD — Chief Robert Picariello reports that the Marblehead Police Department is investigating multiple incidents of hateful and vulgar graffiti in town that were located last week and are seeking the public’s help.
A Statement from Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Kathleen Bodie and Principal Brian Meringer
The following is an update from Arlington Public Schools Superintendent Kathleen Bodie and Ottoson Middle School Principal Brian Meringer on the anti-Semitic graffiti and meme that was found in a bathroom at the middle school on Friday, Oct. 4.
Hull Police Provide Update About Anti-Semitic, Racist Graffiti Discovered at Fort Revere Over Labor Day Weekend
Chief John Dunn reports that the investigation into racist and anti-Semitic graffiti spray painted at Fort Revere over Labor Day weekend has been closed after multiple juveniles have been charged.
Lt. Kevin Kobza would like to provide an update regarding the Fairhaven Police Department’s investigation into an incident of graffiti containing a racial slur sprayed on a fence outside of a resident’s home over the weekend.
Lt. Kevin Kobza reports that the Fairhaven Police Department is actively investigating an incident of racist graffiti sprayed on a fence outside of a resident’s home. Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the suspect or suspects.
Burlington Police Department Michael R. Kent Chief of Police 45 Center Street Burlington, MA 01803 www.bpd.org For Immediate Release Saturday, Jan. 5 2018 Media Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Burlington Police Department Identifies Graffiti Suspect Juvenile Suspect Claims He was Drawing “Pro Era” Hip-Hop Band’s Logo BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Kent reports […]
The following is a statement from Arlington Town Manager Adam Chapdelaine, Police Chief Frederick Ryan, Superintendent of Schools Kathleen Bodie, David Swanson, Naomi Greenfield Human Rights Commission Co-Chairs, and Anna Watson, LGBTQIA+ Rainbow Commission, Chairperson:
Chief John E. Dunn: Hull Police Department arrested a woman for allegedly vandalizing Fort Revere. MARGARET ST. SAUVEUR, AGE 20, OF COHASSET was arrested
HULL — Chief Robert C. Sawtelle reports that the Hull Police Department arrested and charged seven people today, including adults and juveniles, as part of the department’s ongoing efforts to curb vandalism and graffiti at the historic 200-year-old Fort Revere, which served as coastal battery to protect Boston Harbor and is the burial location of numerous French soldiers who fought alongside Americans during the Revolutionary War.