NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy reports that a suspect was arrested after fleeing on foot during a traffic stop on Lowell Road Wednesday afternoon.
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy reports that a suspect was arrested after fleeing on foot during a traffic stop on Lowell Road earlier this afternoon. The investigation remains active and ongoing, but earlier today North Reading Police conducted a traffic stop of a passenger vehicle for a motor vehicle violation. At some point, […]
NORTH READING — Chief Michael Murphy is pleased to announce that the North Reading Police Department, in conjunction with Police Exam Solutions (PES), has scheduled a law enforcement entrance exam and encourages anyone who is interested in becoming a North Reading police officer to sign up.
John McNeil, 57, of North Reading pled guilty to two counts of possession with intent to distribute a Class B substance, distribution of a Class B substance, two counts of possession of a Class B substance and possession with intent to distribute a Class C substance in connection with the defendant operating a drug distribution scheme.
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy is pleased to announce that the North Reading Police Department is working with Project Linus to create blankets that can be given to children in times of need.
Lowell Navarro, 28, of North Reading, was arraigned today in Woburn District Court in connection with an alleged MDMA drug manufacturing operation
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy reports that arrest warrants have been issued for two men after an alleged drug manufacturing operation was uncovered when police officers and firefighters responded to a house fire last week.
North Reading Police Department and North Reading Public Schools are addressing the nationwide scare tactic involving people dressed as clowns threatening to harm others.
North Reading Police Department arrested a man last evening and charged him with his 6th offense of Operating under the Influence.
NORTH READING – Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan, North Reading Police Chief Michael Murphy and North Reading Fire Chief William Warnock hosted a Summer Safety event at Cowabunga’s in North Reading as part of District Attorney Ryan’s annual efforts to educate parents, guardians and caretakers on ways to keep children safe during the summer months. With rising temperatures, the Summer Safety event was an opportunity to inform the public about risks to children associated with summer heat including window falls, drowning and the dangers of leaving children in hot cars.