NORTH READING — Police Chief Michael P. Murphy and Fire Chief Don Stats are very pleased to announce that, after a dramatic 10-minute emergency medical effort that was captured on video in the lobby of the police station, North Reading police officers and firefighters saved the life of a choking puppy.
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy and the North Reading Police Department would like to advise residents to take caution Friday into Saturday as severe weather hits the region.
North Reading Police Department Chief Michael P. Murphy 150 Park St. North Reading, MA 01864 For Immediate Release Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: email@example.com North Reading Authorities Respond after Concerning Social Media Posts and Comments by High School Student No Danger to Schools or Community NORTH READING — Police Chief […]
The North Reading Police Department would like to take this opportunity to wish the community a safe, happy and healthy new year. We would also like to send our thanks to all those who reached out to us during this holiday season with good wishes and cheer. Here’s to 2018!
Our friends from the Federal Trade Commission have the following advice for stopping robocalls: Nothing puts a damper on the holidays like unwanted calls interrupting your day. Maybe you’ve gotten one — you answer the phone and hear a recorded message instead of a live person. Internet-powered phone systems have made it cheap and easy […]
BOSTON – Acting United States Attorney William D. Weinreb spoke with members of the media today about Monday’s launch of a state-wide opioid abuse prevention campaign. The initiative, which is co-sponsored by the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New England Field Division, seeks to inform the public and spur conversation about the dangers and consequences of abusing, […]
Chief Michael P. Murphy reports that the North Reading Police Department is investigating after a resident received a typed letter in the traditional mail on Monday demanding a blackmail payment be made via the digital currency called Bitcoin.
The below letter was sent to a North Reading resident. If you see this letter it is a scam. Please share this information and make sure to discuss this with the elders in your life. First page of scam letter Second page of letter
North Reading Police arrested a man after he drove with heroin in his vehicle and crashed into a utility pole, cutting power to 1,000 homes
The North Reading Police Department is accepting lateral transfer applications for a permanent non Civil Service Police Officer. A full-time Law Enforcement Officer with a minimum of two years full time experience in his/her agency may apply to join the Department as a Lateral Transfer. Applicants must have successfully graduated from a Massachusetts Municipal Police […]