LITTLETON – Chief Matthew King is pleased to announce that the Littleton Police Department hosted another successful monthly veterans breakfast yesterday morning.
LITTLETON – Chief Matthew J. King is pleased to announce that Officer Brian Casey and K-9 Vojak completed advanced drug training for the Littleton Police Department last week.
LITTLETON – Chief Matthew J. King reports that the Littleton Police Department responded to an abandoned 8-week-old pit bull that was found on the side of the road earlier this week.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew King and Ayer Chief William Murray announce that the Littleton and Ayer Police Departments are working together to assist both communities in a project to correct a troubled intersection.
*Joint Press Release* Littleton Police and Fire Departments Remove Drone from Mill Pond After Person Falls Through Ice
LITTLETON — Police Chief Matthew King and Fire Chief Scott Wodzinski report that the police and fire departments removed a drone from a frozen pond after a resident fell through the ice trying to retrieve it.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew King is pleased to announce that the Littleton Police Department is now participating in Project Smile, a non-profit organization that provides items like toys and books to police officers, firefighters and paramedics, who in turn give them to traumatized children while in the field.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew King reports that the Littleton Police Department will summons a woman for operating under the influence of alcohol after she was involved in a single vehicle crash over the weekend.
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew King and the Littleton Police Department announce a winter parking ban, which will restrict residents from all-night parking effective Nov. 15, 2015 through April
LITTLETON — Chief Matthew King announces that all Patrolmen and Communications Officers of the Littleton Police Department completed a ComForCare training at the Littleton Police Headquarters on Thursday.
LITTLETON — As Halloween draws closer, Chief Matthew King and the Littleton Police Department would like to remind residents to consider the following safety tips during fall festivities, especially for those who plan on trick-or-treating or who will be out at night.