NEWBURYPORT — City Marshal Mark Murray reports that the Newburyport Police Department received a report regarding an individual who had been contacted by phone by someone claiming to be a Newburyport police officer and who demanded money.
NEWBURYPORT — Fire Chief Christopher LeClaire and City Marshal Mark Murray would like to share guidelines and tips in regards to accessing help in the midst of an emergency during National 9-1-1 Education Month.
NEWBURYPORT — City Marshal Mark Murray is pleased to announce the Newburyport Police Department has been chosen to participate in the Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative’s (P.A.A.R.I.) One2One: Engagement to Recovery program.
NEWBURYPORT — With tax season now underway, City Marshal Mark Murray and the Newburyport Police Department would like to advise the community to be careful with personal and financial information when filing, in order to avoid falling victim to common scams.
City Marshal Mark Murray is pleased to announce that Newburyport Police Officer Megan Tierney received an Unsung Hero award at the recent Rotary District 7930 “Foundation Celebration of Community Heroes” event.
NEWBURYPORT — City Marshal Mark Murray is pleased to announce that the Tough Warrior Princesses’ Quilt of Hope is on display at the Newburyport Police Department, as both a sign of support for women battling breast cancer and in an effort to spread awareness.
Newburyport Police Department Mark Murray, City Marshal 4 Green St. Newburyport, MA 01950 For Immediate Release Monday, Jan. 14, 2019 Media Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Newburyport Police Department’s School Resource Officer Selected for International Training Program NEWBURYPORT — City Marshal Mark Murray reports that Newburyport Police Department’s School Resource Officer, Megan Tierney, has been […]
Marshal Mark Murray reports that the Newburyport Police seized two guns, more than 200 rounds of ammunition, heroin and over four pounds of marijuana when they arrested two men on Saturday.
GROVELAND– Groveland Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen, Georgetown Police Chief Donald C. Cudmore and Newburyport Marshal Mark Murray are pleased to announce that members of all three departments were recognized yesterday for saving a man’s life.
Newburyport Police Officer John Gavin was recognized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for his wide-ranging efforts to combat drunk driving.