STONEHAM — Chief James McIntyre is proud to report that the Stoneham Police Department and Detective Lt. David Stefanelli have been honored by the Metro Boston Crisis Intervention Team Training & Technical Assistance Center (MB CIT-TTAC).
The following is a statement by Stoneham Town Administrator Dennis Sheehan and Police Chief James McIntyre:
Police Chief James McIntyre and Fire Chief Matthew Grafton report that the Stoneham Police and Fire Departments responded to a motor vehicle crash involving a pedestrian Saturday evening.
STONEHAM — Chief James McIntyre reports that the Stoneham Police Department is investigating after a woman died following a three-vehicle crash that led to three people being transported to local hospitals.
Stoneham Police Department Shares Warning Signs and Offers Resources During Domestic Violence Awareness Month
STONEHAM — As part of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, recognized each October, Chief James McIntyre and the Stoneham Police Department wish to share warning signs, resources and services for those who may be experiencing domestic violence.
STONEHAM – Chief James McIntyre is pleased to announce that the Stoneham Police Department, in conjunction with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), will once again be participating in National Drug Take Back Day later this month.
STONEHAM — Fire Chief Matthew Grafton and Police Chief James McIntyre would like to offer Stoneham residents safety tips to make sure their children are properly buckled and in the correct car seat for their age and size as part of Child Passenger Safety Week.
STONEHAM – Chief James McIntyre reports that the Stoneham Police Department is investigating after a child reported being approached by a suspicious man in a vehicle Friday afternoon.
STONEHAM – Chief James T. McIntyre and the Stoneham Police Department wish to make the community aware of a recent increase in scams targeting area residents, and would like to offer tips to avoid becoming a victim.
STONEHAM — Fire Chief Matthew Grafton and Police Chief James McIntyre recommend that residents take the necessary safety precautions to prepare themselves for hazardous weather as temperatures continue to drop and the region prepares for the first potential major winter storm of the season.