Chief Lyle reports that a missing 16-year-old autistic boy who was reported missing at 7 a.m. Wednesday was located shortly before noontime. Melrose Police wish to express gratitude to everyone who assisted in the search.
Chief Michael Lyle and the Melrose Police Department report that a parking ban will go into effect toady, Saturday, Jan. 7, due to the snow storm.
The Melrose Police Department’s November Community Meeting has been moved to January due to scheduling conflicts.
The 2017 Municipal, MBTA Transit Police and State Trooper exam has been scheduled for Saturday, March 25. The application deadline is Feb. 21.
The Melrose Police Department encourages the public to attend The Middlesex District Attorney’s Office Back to School Safety Day this month. The free event will feature free car seat installations and inspections, K-9 demonstrations, a teddy bear clinic and the ability to explore emergency vehicles.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle and the Melrose Police Department would like to warn residents about a prevalent computer scam and advise community members to never wire money to anyone they do not know.
MELROSE — Chief Michael L. Lyle regrets to inform the community that the Melrose Police Department’s K-9 Jony passed away suddenly over the holiday weekend.
The Melrose Police Department invites residents to attend Summer Safety Day at Stone Zoo in Stoneham this weekend.
Due to scheduling conflicts, the Melrose Police Department is canceling its April Community Meeting, which was scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, April 27. The next meeting is scheduled for May 25 at the Milano Senior Center.
The Melrose Police Department invites the community to partake in the Footprints 5K — a run to raise awareness about the disease of addiction and support recovery for those seeking treatment. Members of the Melrose Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition and B4 Solutions are organizing the eve