Department News


Arrests / criminal charges filed via summons 4/2 – 4/22

Arrests

22 yr. old female of Danvers – Warrant for past charges of Attempted Murder, Mahem & Aggravated Assault & Battery with a Dangerous Weapon

37 yr. old male of Tyngsborough – Warrant for past charge of OUI, 3rd offense

17 yr. old male of Lowell – Assault & Battery on public employee, Disrupting School Assembly, Disorderly conduct

58 yr. old male of Milford, NH – OUI Liquor

18 yr. old male of Lowell – Distribution of class D drug, Drug violation near school

34 yr. old male of Nashua – OUI Liquor, 3rd offense

22 yr. old male of Dracut – Possession of Class A drug (Heroin)

27 yr. old male of Lowell – Warrant 

Summons

22 yr. old male of Tyngsborough – Operating a motor vehicle with a suspended drivers license

21 yr. old male of Andover – Possession with intent to distribute class D drug

19 yr. old of Dracut – Destruction of property over $250, Assault & Battery of Intimate partner

 

All defendants are presumed innocent until found guilty in a court of law

Tyngsborough Police Department announces police officer entrance exam

The Tyngsborough Police Department is seeking highly qualified individuals to fill vacancies as full-time patrol and reserve intermittent officers.  The Tyngsborough Police Department is a progressive, community oriented agency which offers competitive pay, educational incentives for college degrees and opportunities for advancement.  Officers with full-time or reserve academy certification are strongly encouraged to apply.  Details and an application for the exam are provided by clicking on the link below.

https://www.publicsafetyllc.com/exams/tyngsborough-police-entrance-examination-june-2-2018/

Warning! IRS phone scam

One of our local businesses told us that they received a call this morning from people identifying themselves as being from the IRS, telling them that if they didn’t call & pay a tax bill within 24 hours, that we would be arrested.  The return phone # they left is 775-410-3947.

These are scams, never pay over the phone or respond to this type of phone call, just hang up.  If you have any question whether you actually owe money, whether it is the IRS, power company, or any other organization just make the call directly to the organization in question after looking up the phone number.  Do not call any number a caller has provided to you, this is part of the scam, looking it up yourself is the only way you can be sure your calling a legitimate phone number.

Lax and the Law

School Resource Officer Sgt. Steve Manning recently finished the 11th year of “Lax and the Law” with students from Tyngsboro High School and Greater Lowell Technical High School.
On Thursday nights beginning January 11 and continuing thru March 15, both boys and girls lacrosse players from the two schools got together at the Tyngsboro Sports Center to practice their lacrosse skills before the upcoming spring season.  The final session ended with a pizza party.
We would like to thank Darryl Wickens and TSC (Tyngsboro Sports Center), for hosting this event and for their continued support of the Tyngsboro Police Department’s School Resource Officer Program.

Yarmouth Police Officer Murdered in the line of duty

We grieve and mourn the loss of K-9 Police Officer Sean Gannon of the Yarmouth Police Department who was murdered in the line of duty by a career violent criminal last night.  Officer Gannon’s K-9 was also shot by the suspect and is receiving treatment.  We stand with our brothers and sisters from the Yarmouth Police Department and pray for Officer Gannon, his family and friends. Officer Gannon was attempting to arrest the suspect with a warrant for probation violations.  Rest in peace Officer Gannon.

Happy National Public Safety Telecommunicators’ Week!

This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators’ Week!
The Tyngsborough Police would like to thank our Police/Fire/911 Communications Specialists (Dispatchers), for their outstanding service!
 
We appreciate their dedication, professionalism, the sacrifices they make, and the vital role they play behind the scenes for our agency.
 
Often their work isn’t seen by others, but our police department could not function without them and we are fortunate to have them in our family.
https://www.npstw.org/

March, 2018 Department Activity

  • Arrests/criminal charges filed                               –      26
  • Traffic citations written                                          –      89
  • Incident reports generated;                                   –     109
  • 911 calls received                                                      –       82
  • Total calls numbers generated by dispatch        –  2,629
  • Business line calls direct to dispatch                   –     418
  • Residential & commercial Burglar alarm calls  –       46
  • Motor vehicle accidents investigated                  –        19
  • (investigation occurs only where there is substantial damage or injuries)

Power outages

We have been informed by National Grid that there are power outages in the areas of; LAKEVIEW AVE, FROST RD, NORRIS RD, MADELINE, CRICONES WAY, GLORIA AVE, CHRISTINE AVE, PHALANX ST, WATERWAY PL, GAUDET LN.  Restoration time is estimated to be 8-8:30pm.