MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle reports that two Melrose High School students will be canvassing the city assessing damages to street and stop signs as part of their internships with the Melrose Police Department.
Power has been restored at the Melrose Police Department and phones are operating normally.
Melrose Police’s normal business line is not operating, but through the 911 dispatch center, residents with non emergencies can call this business number: 781-662-3852.
MELROSE — It’s been a long and fulfilling ride, but after 37 years with the Melrose Police Department, Officer William O’Donnell hung up his hat — which he was known to wear even when driving in his cruiser — last week.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and the Melrose Police Department have received several reports of storm-related damage, and first responders along with city officials are working to ensure residents remain safe during the ongoing nor’easter.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and the Melrose Police Department would like to alert residents of a scam in which an individual sends an email threatening the recipient’s life.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle is pleased to announce that Melrose Police Department is working with RESPOND Inc. to increase domestic violence services for residents.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle reports that the Melrose Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a man who stole a resident’s credit card and used it to make multiple purchases.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and the Melrose Police Department are reminding residents to secure their vehicles and belongings following a recent uptick in motor vehicle break-ins.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle announces that the Melrose Police Department is participating in No-Shave November to raise money for charities.