Jean Yates, 22, of Tyngsborough, was arraigned today in Lowell District Court and charged with assault and battery on a household or family member, threatening to commit a crime, larceny under $1,200 and resisting arrest.
Tyngsborough Police and Fire Declare “All-Clear” After Students Faint After Talking About Blood in Biology Class
TYNGSBOROUGH — Police Chief Richard D. Howe and Fire Chief Wes Russell report that the Tyngsborough Police and Fire Departments have declared “all clear” after three students fainted during a biology class at the Greater Lowell Technical School on Friday morning.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Police Chief Richard D. Howe reports that the Tyngsborough Police Department will soon hold an entrance examination next month for those interested in a career in law enforcement as a full-time or reserve/intermittent police officer
Chief Richard D. Howe reports that the Tyngsborough Police Department arrested a school bus driver earlier this week after she was found allegedly drunk inside her bus, parked at a restaurant.
Tyngsborough Police Arrest Woman who Allegedly Stole Vehicle and Tried to Escape from Police Custody
Tyngsborough Police Department arrested a woman who allegedly stole a vehicle from outside a residence and later tried to escape from policy custody.
Chief Richard D. Howe wishes to remind hunters to exercise extreme caution and be mindful of state law when hunting in town after two incidents over the weekend.
Tyngsborough’s trick-or-treating festivities have been rescheduled following the serious storm that impacted the area earlier this week.
Chief Richard Howe: Tyngsborough Police Department, after an investigation, arrested an alleged heroin dealer and seized an illegal, loaded handgun.
Chief Richard D. Howe and Town Administrator Matthew T. Hanson seek to update the public about the ongoing situation with the town’s Tax Collector’s Office.
A Middlesex County Grand Jury has indicted Nancy Dutton, 56, of Tyngsborough, on five counts of larceny and one count of money laundering.