SAUGUS — A former bus driver for children with special needs who is charged with kidnapping and raping one of his young passengers in Saugus in 1998, but fled before his trial, was returned to Massachusetts Thursday night to face justice.
Chief Domenic J. DiMella and the Saugus Police Department urge community members to review important back to school safety tips.
The Saugus Police Department responded Sunday afternoon to a suspected overdose, which resulted in a hazmat response.
Saugus Police Department Chief Domenic J. DiMella 27 Hamilton Street Saugus, MA 01906 For Immediate Release Sunday, July 2, 2017 Contact: Jordan Mayblum Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: email@example.com Saugus Police Identify Victim In Fatal Crash Involving Dirt Bike SAUGUS — The Saugus Police Department is releasing the name of the person killed in yesterday’s fatal crash. BENJAMIN FAGUNDO, […]
The Saugus Police Department is investigating a fatal crash that occurred Saturday evening in which a 25-year-old Swampscott man was killed.
The Saugus Police Department is actively investigating an act of vandalism that was discovered early this morning at Saugus High School.
SAUGUS — Chief Domenic J. DiMella announces that the Saugus Police Department will participate in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day next weekend in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA).
SAUGUS — Chief Domenic DiMella is pleased to announce that the Saugus Police Department will be hosting a free car seat inspection event this month, and will begin regularly offering free inspections at the police station.
SAUGUS — As students get ready to go back to school next week, Chief Domenic DiMella and the Saugus Police Department would like to provide safety tips for residents to ensure a safe start to the school year for all.
SAUGUS – Chief Domenic DiMella reports that the Saugus Police Department has a suspect in custody in connection with a stabbing that occurred this evening.