MELROSE — As residents continue to file their taxes this month and next, Chief Michael L. Lyle and the Melrose Police Department want to remind the community not to fall victim to scammers.
As part of the annual call to NEMLEC from the Boston Police Department, the NEMLEC Motorcycle Unit was on scene at the Patriots Super Bowl Parade in Boston on Feb 5. Melrose Police Officer Alan Brown was part of the team that attended.
Both lanes of Main Street are now open.
Melrose Police and Fire, along with National Grid, are on scene at 1028 Main Street — near the intersection of Main Street and Pearl Street — investigating a smoking man hole.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and Superintendent of Schools Cyndy S. Taymore report that Melrose Police officers and school officials worked together today to conduct an orderly and smooth “controlled entrance” at the Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School on Friday morning after rumors last evening of a violent threat against the school community.
Those with an emergency who cannot get through by dialing 911, should call the Melrose Police Department’s dispatch line at 781-665-1212.
Chief Michael Lyle would like to share a video that was sent to him last night by Chelsea Police Chief Brian Kyes. The video was made by the California Highway Patrol and is based off a poem written by retired Ohio State Trooper Bob Welsh entitled “My Christmas Eve.”
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle reports that the Melrose Police Department is investigating a break-in, and series of what are believed to be attempted break-ins, at several downtown businesses early this morning.
The 2019 Municipal & MBTA Police Officer examination is scheduled for Saturday, March 23, 2019 with an application deadline of February 19, 2019. A late fee will be applied to applications filed after February 5, 2019, so candidates are encouraged to apply early.
Last evening National Grid’s electric and gas crews responded to reports of an incident involving two manholes at Essex Street in Melrose.