The Maynard Police dispatch log for 4/27 – 5/3 is now available.
The Maynard Police Dispatch logs for the weeks ending 4/19 and 4/26 are now available.
On Saturday, May 2nd, the Maynard Police Department was involved in a foot pursuit in the Old Marlboro Rd. area of town. The suspect has been safely apprehended and thankfully no one was hurt.
Thank you to our neighboring police departments and the many residents who assisted us today. Everyone please enjoy the rest of this beautiful weekend.
The Annual AVLL Opening Day Parade will be taking place today at 12:30. The parade will start from the Clock Tower parking lot on Main Street and proceed down to Parker Street, turning right and ending at Alumni Field.
Please expect traffic detours and delays Downtown and along the traffic route.
The Town of Maynard Public Safety Communications Department (Police and Fire Dispatch) has initiated a new program to assist seniors living in the Town of Maynard. Having seniors in our community that do not have family or friends checking up on them regularly has led the public safety department to develop a “Senior Citizen Emergency Database Program”.
This program allows the public safety communications department to document in a computer database the names of senior citizens, where they reside, and important contact information. In addition, information concerning current medications and potential special needs during an unusual inclement weather event or natural disaster will be on file.
For further information, including how to sign up, please visit our Senior Citizen’s Emergency Program page.
Our hearts go out to retired MPD Lt. Jim Dawson and his family for the loss of Jim’s nephew, John M. Dawson of Whitinsville, MA. John was killed in Afghanistan on Wednesday. He was a member of the U.S. Army, 101st Airborne.
The below is a request for donations from our fellow Officer Dan Collins of the Waltham Police Department:
“I’m Buzzing it Off for Kids with Cancer! Its that time of year again. I’m shaving my head in honor and support of kids fighting cancer, kids who don’t have the choice to lose their hair. Would you consider donating to my cause? By sponsoring my participation, you will help to ease the emotional and financial toll pediatric cancer takes on these amazing little fighters and their families. I am hoping to double the amount I raised during last years event.”
If you are interested in donating, you can use the below link:
Buzz Off for Kids with Cancer
The overnight parking ban in Maynard is no longer in effect.
On Monday, March 23rd, Representative Kate Hogan stopped by the Maynard Police Department to deliver proclamations to our recently promoted officers.
Right to left: Chief Mark Dubois (accepting for Sgt. William Duggan), Lt. Michael Noble, Rep. Kate Hogan, Sgt. Gregory Balzotti, Sgt. Paul Maria, Sgt. Brian Cushing