MARION — Chief Richard Nighelli and Old Rochester Regional School District and Superintendency Union #55 Superintendent Michael S. Nelson report that the Marion Police Department is investigating a report of a suspicious person that followed a girl on her walk to school Thursday morning.
Sippican School Administration and Marion Police Take Precautions After School Receives Threatening Phone Call
MARION — Superintendent Michael S. Nelson and Marion Police Chief Richard B. Nighelli report that a threatening phone call was received by the Sippican School on Wednesday.
MARION — Chief Richard Nighelli is pleased to share that he is participating in the 2021 Jimmy Fund Walk to benefit cancer research.
MARION — Chief Richard Nighelli announces that Marion Police Officers, drawing on their de-escalation training and experience, successfully restrained a knife-wielding man earlier today after he threatened first responders with the weapon.
MARION — Chief Richard Nighelli is pleased to announce the promotion of Alisha Crosby to the rank of sergeant.
MARION — Chief Richard Nighelli and the Marion Police Department are honoring fallen officers from near and far during National Police Week this week.
MARION — Police Chief Richard Nighelli, Animal Control Officer Susan Connor and the Marion Board of Health wish to share with residents safety tips and guidelines regarding wildlife following an uptick in reports of raccoon sightings in recent weeks.
MARION — Chief Richard Nighelli is pleased to announce that the Marion Police Department has been fully re-accredited by the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission (MPAC).
MARION — Chief Richard Nighelli is pleased to announce that the Marion Police Department received its first hybrid police cruiser this week.
MARION — Chief Richard Nighelli reports that the Marion Police Department arrested and charged a man Thursday evening with animal cruelty.