MARBLEHEAD — Chief Robert Picariello reports that the Marblehead Police Department is investigating multiple incidents of hateful and vulgar graffiti in town that were located last week and are seeking the public’s help.
Hanson Police Department Seeks Public’s Help Identifying Suspects in Vandalism at Hanson Public Library
HANSON — Chief Michael Miksch and the Hanson Police Department are seeking the public’s help to identify three individuals suspected of vandalizing Town property on multiple occasions this year.
Chief Robert MacDonald reports that the Dighton Police Department is investigating an incident of vandalism that occurred at the Dighton-Rehoboth High School.
STONEHAM — Police Chief James McIntyre reports that the Stoneham Police Department is investigating a report of vandalism to multiple fences on Oak Street earlier this morning.
ARLINGTON — Police Chief Julie Flaherty, Superintendent Kathleen Bodie and Town Manager Adam Chapdelaine report that the Arlington Police Department is investigating following the vandalism of a banner outside Arlington High School that reads “We Believe Black Lives Matter.”
FAIRFIELD — Chief Christopher Lyddy reports that the Fairfield Police Department has charged a juvenile boy after he was found to have caused damage inside a local elementary school and subsequently became combative with officers.
RANDOLPH: The following is a statement from Randolph Police Chief William Pace: The Randolph Police Department is currently actively investigating multiple acts of vandalism at a local church. Our department responded to the International Assembly of God church at 572 South Main St. in Randolph four times between April 6 and May 2 for reports of vandalism ranging from broken windows to smashed light bulbs.
PLYMOUTH — Chief G. Edward Bradley reports that members of the Plymouth Fire Department cleaned up vandalism this morning at the town’s 9/11 memorial after the site was found to be damaged over the weekend.
SALEM — Deputy Chief Joel Dolan reports that the Salem Police Department is actively investigating an incident of vandalism at America’s Stonehenge.
MAYNARD — Chief Mark W. Dubois is pleased to report that, after a thorough investigation, the Maynard Police Department has arrested a suspect in last week’s spree of vandalism that left five Main Street businesses damaged.