SAUGUS – Chief Domenic DiMella is pleased to announce that the Saugus Police Department has received a $5,000 grant to prevent underage drinking in town.
SAUGUS – After several reports of IRS scams and instances of fraud last year, Chief Domenic DiMella and the Saugus Police Department are reminding residents to be careful with private and financial information during tax season and urging them to never send money to anyone they do not know.
SAUGUS — Police Chief Domenic DiMella reports that the Saugus Police Department arrested a man for allegedly breaking and entering into an automotive shop late Tuesday night and assaulting the store manager.
SAUGUS — Chief Domenic J. Dimella is pleased to report that the Saugus Police Department recovered several signed Boston sports memorabilia items that were stolen from a local business last month.
SAUGUS — Chief Domenic J. DiMella is pleased to report that the Saugus Police Department is participating in the National Red Ribbon Campaign this week and has placed red ribbons on all cruisers to show its support.
SAUGUS — Police Chief Domenic DiMella and Wakefield Police Chief Rick Smith report that police responded this morning to what was initially believed to be an incident where a student was on a school bus with a knife. After an investigation, police determined that the student had a piece of martial arts training equipment that is not dangerous and not considered a weapon. Police do not believe there was ever any danger to the schools or community.
Saugus Police Department Chief Domenic J. DiMella 27 Hamilton Street Saugus, MA 01906 For Immediate Release Friday, Sept. 25, 2015 Contact: Jessica Sacco Phone: 978-769-5193 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Saugus High School Secure-In-Place Lifted, Police Report No Threat to Students Found SAUGUS — Chief Domenic DiMella reports that Saugus High School’s secure-in-place has been lifted and the […]