EASTON — Police Chief Gary Sullivan and Fire Chief Kevin Partridge would like to provide an update on Friday night’s two-vehicle crash and separate crash involving a pedestrian.
BURLINGTON — Fire Chief Michael Patterson and Police Chief Michael Kent report that the Burlington Fire and Police Departments responded to a residential house fire that resulted in the death of a person today.
*JOINT RELEASE* Police Investigating After Hull Student Allegedly Shares Threatening Message on Snapchat
Superintendent Michael F. Devine and Deputy Chief Neil J. Reilly report that police and school officials are investigating after a Memorial Middle School student allegedly shared concerning and threatening photos on Snapchat earlier today. The two incidents are believed to have stemmed from an argument among multiple students at the school.
Fire Chief Thomas Judge reports that yesterday’s 4-alarm fire that destroyed a house on Fairhaven Hill Road in Concord remains under investigation by the Concord Fire Department and the Massachusetts Fire District 14 Regional Fire Investigation Team.
On Wednesday, Dec. 18, Carlisle Police arrested Anthony O. Unaka, 53, of Randolph in connection with allegedly stealing mail from multiple Carlisle homes. Unaka was arraigned Thursday, Dec. 19 in Concord District Court on charges of larceny under $1,200, receiving stolen property and possession of a Class E drug.
Chief Scott Nix reports that Sudbury Police arrested two people on Thursday, Dec. 19 as part of an ongoing investigation into a local scam.
SALEM, New Hampshire — Deputy Chief Joel Dolan reports that the Salem Police Department responded to a motor vehicle crash into a building today.
WAKEFIELD — Police Chief Steven A. Skory, Fire Chief Michael Sullivan and Middlesex County District Attorney Marian T. Ryan report that the Wakefield Police and Fire Departments responded to a fatal incident involving a tree service today.
RANDOLPH — Chief William Pace reports that the Randolph Police Department is investigating an early morning shooting that left a man with serious injuries.
Superintendent Paul Zinni reports that a threatening note was found in a boys bathroom at King Philip Regional High School on Friday, Nov. 15.