Chief Scott Nix reports that Sudbury Police arrested two people on Thursday, Dec. 19 as part of an ongoing investigation into a local scam.
The Sudbury Police Department is currently investigating an incident of indecent exposure that occurred late last week.
Sudbury and Lincoln Police Departments and Sudbury Lincoln CRANE Issue Warning About New Snapchat “Snap Map” Feature
Sudbury Police, Lincoln Police and Sudbury Lincoln CRANE wish to inform residents of a new Snapchat feature that allows users to share their exact location.
SUDBURY — Chief Scott Nix and the Sudbury Police Department would like to remind community residents to follow water safety tips and take caution near pools this summer.
SUDBURY — Chief Scott Nix and the Sudbury Police Department are providing safety tips for drivers and motorcyclists as we approach the summer months.
Sudbury Police Department Scott Nix, Chief of Police 415 Boston Post Road Sudbury, MA 01776 For Immediate Release Saturday, Jan. 30, 2016 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org *Photos* Sudbury Police Host Open House at Brand New Police Station SUDBURY — Chief Scott Nix and the Sudbury Police Department are pleased to announce they […]
SUDBURY — Chief Scott Nix and the Sudbury Police Department, along with the Board of Selectman, Permanent Building Committee and Sudbury Town Staff, would like to invite residents to a ribbon cutting and tour of the new Sudbury Police Headquarters at the end of the month.
SUDBURY — With a record number of travelers hitting the road for Thanksgiving this week, Chief Scott Nix and the Sudbury Police Department are reminding residents to travel safely and to never drink and drive.
SUDBURY – Police Chief Scott Nix reports that the Sudbury Police Department is investigating a report of a swastika found on a boy’s lavatory bathroom at the Curtis Middle School in Sudbury.