Chief Ryan M. Columbus reports that a man was arrested and charged Wednesday evening after allegedly attempting to pass fraudulent prescriptions at a local pharmacy, and for alleged trafficking of over 756 grams of codeine.
Tewksbury Police Give Out Gift Cards Instead of Citations for Minor Motor Vehicle Infractions During Holiday Season
Chief Ryan M. Columbus is pleased to report that the Tewksbury Police Department spread cheer — as well as important reminders about safe driving — this holiday season by giving out gift cards in place of citations for minor motor vehicle infractions.
Police Chief Ryan M. Columbus reports that the Tewksbury Police Department is charging a man with firing a gunshot on Main Street during the early morning hours of Dec. 18.
TEWKSBURY — Police Chief Ryan M. Columbus reports that the Tewksbury Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred early this morning.
Police Chief Ryan M. Columbus reports that the Tewksbury Police Department collaborated with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Massachusetts State Police to seize approximately 400 grams of the deadly opioid fentanyl in a room at a local motel.
Tewksbury Police Department Arrests Man on Firearms, Drug Charges with Assistance from NEMLEC SWAT Team
Police Chief Ryan M. Columbus reports that the Tewksbury Police Department collaborated with the Northeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (NEMLEC) SWAT Team to safely serve a search warrant and arrest a man on firearms and drug charges on Monday.
Front Line Initiative Shares Results with Rep. Seth Moulton, Highlighting Over $8M in Taxpayer Savings, 948 Arrest Diversions
The Front Line Initiative and its member police departments were pleased to share in a recent presentation to U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton that the regional mental-health collaborative saved taxpayers in member communities over $8 million, diverted 1,431 individuals from emergency room visits, and diverted 948 individuals from arrest.
TEWKSBURY — Police Chief Ryan M. Columbus is pleased to share that a second-grade student at the Heath Brook Elementary School submitted the winning nomination in a contest to name the Tewksbury Police Department’s new comfort dog.
TEWKSBURY — Police Chief Ryan M. Columbus is pleased to share that the Tewksbury Police Department is holding a contest for students to help name a puppy who is training to become a comfort dog for the department.
NORTH READING– Chief Michael Murphy reports the North Reading Police Department has charged a man who allegedly robbed a local bank in August.