LITTLETON — Police Chief Matthew Pinard and Fire Chief Scott Wodzinski report members of the Littleton Police and Fire Departments responded to a local hiking trail after a dog suffered a medical emergency Sunday afternoon.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew J. Pinard reports that the Littleton Police Department is actively investigating a threatening letter found at the Life Care Center of Nashoba Valley this week.
Police Chief Matthew Pinard and Fire Chief Scott Wodzinski report that the Littleton Police and Fire Departments responded to a report of a fuel spill yesterday afternoon.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew Pinard is pleased to share that the largest class of cadets to date graduated from the Littleton Police Department’s 8th Annual Student Police Academy today.
The Littleton Police Department arrested a woman on multiple charges, including attempted murder, following an altercation yesterday evening.
PHOTO: Groton Woman Arraigned Following Littleton Arrest for Allegedly Trafficking over 36 Grams of Heroin
Littleton Chief of Police Matthew Pinard and Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan have announced that Elizabeth Gapinski, 30, of Groton, was arraigned on March 4 in Ayer District Court and charged with trafficking over 36 grams of heroin.
Chief Matthew J. Pinard and the Littleton Police Department are pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Citizens Police Academy.
Yesterday, at approximately 6:20 p.m., Littleton Police officers were dispatched to Alumni Field, 57 Russell St., for a report of an altercation involving a coach and a student athlete at a junior varsity lacrosse game.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew King is pleased to announce that a Littleton Police officer delivered a baby at a residence in town this afternoon.
The Littleton Police Department, along with its law enforcement partners in the Northwest Middlesex Community Outreach Initiative Network (COIN), has taken multiple steps to continue its efforts to combat the opioid epidemic locally.