IPSWICH — Police Chief and Harbormaster Paul A. Nikas reports that Ipswich Police responded to a serious boating crash in which a 19-year-old Ipswich man sustained serious, life-threatening injuries.
IPSWICH — Police Chief and Harbormaster Paul A. Nikas reports that the Ipswich Police Department was searching for a possible missing kayaker throughout the day, but has now suspended the search.
Town of Ipswich Issues Statement Condemning Actions of Minneapolis Police that Resulted in the Death of George Floyd
IPSWICH — Town Manager Anthony Marino and Police Chief Paul Nikas representing the leadership team of the Town of Ipswich wish to relay to the community that they strongly denounce the actions of Minneapolis Police Officers which resulted in the death of George Floyd last week.
Police Chief Paul Nikas and Fire Chief Andy Theriault report that the Ipswich Fire Department battled a fire on Eagle Hill Road in town this evening.
IPSWICH — Chief Paul Nikas reports that the Ipswich Police Department is actively responding to a public works vehicle which became trapped in phone lines Monday morning.
Chief Paul Nikas reports that the Ipswich Police Department issued a summons to a teenager after he led police on a motor vehicle pursuit Thursday night.
IPSWICH — Chief Paul Nikas reports that the Ipswich Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance following a hit-and-run incident that took place on Monday night.
Ipswich Police Department Paul A. Nikas, Chief of Police 15 Elm St. Ipswich, MA 01938 For Immediate Release Monday, April 22, 2019 Contact: Jordan Mayblum Phone: 781-428-3299 Email: [email protected] Ipswich Police Invite Parents to “Hidden In Plain Sight” Drug Prevention Program IPSWICH — Chief Paul A. Nikas announces that the Ipswich Police Department and Ipswich […]
IPSWICH — Chief Paul Nikas reports that Ipswich police responded to a Turkey Shore Road home Wednesday night after a car crashed through the front door.
IPSWICH — Partners of the regional Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (SAPC), including local police, high schools, and health departments, are kicking off a Sticker Shock Campaign to change adult attitudes about providing alcohol to minors.