Hull Police arrested a man for allegedly damaging vehicles parked in his neighbor’s driveway in an alcohol-infused fit of rage.
MELROSE — Mayor Robert J. Dolan, Police Chief Michael L. Lyle and Human Rights Commission Director Adam LaFrance report that the Melrose Police Department is searching for three suspects who were seen tipping over six headstones at the Netherlands Cemetery early this morning.
The Saugus Police Department is actively investigating an act of vandalism that was discovered early this morning at Saugus High School.
Andover Police Department arrested a woman early Saturday after she allegedly vandalized a political campaign sign and then nearly ran over the owner of the sign when she drove off erratically.
HULL — Chief Robert C. Sawtelle reports that the Hull Police Department arrested and charged seven people today, including adults and juveniles, as part of the department’s ongoing efforts to curb vandalism and graffiti at the historic 200-year-old Fort Revere, which served as coastal battery to protect Boston Harbor and is the burial location of numerous French soldiers who fought alongside Americans during the Revolutionary War.
GEORGETOWN — Police Chief Donald Cudmore and Superintendent of Schools Carol Jacobs report that the Town of Georgetown responded swiftly to a report of a swastika found on the Georgetown Middle High School football field late last week.
BEDFORD, N.H. — Chief John Bryfonski reports that the Bedford Police Department is investigating the vandalism of mailboxes, granite posts, multiple stop signs, and realtor postings that occurred Saturday night.
BILLERICA — Chief Daniel Rosa reports that the Billerica Police Department is investigating the vandalism of a religious statue at a local Catholic church.
Police Chief Michael Kent reports that the Burlington Police Department is investigating the disturbing vandalism of three religious statues at a local Catholic church.
Rockport Police Department Seeks Community’s Help to Identify Suspects Responsible for Multiple Cases of Vandalism
ROCKPORT – Chief John Horvath and the Rockport Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying or providing additional information about suspects involved in several incidents of vandalism in the city over the last seven weeks.