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Correction Officer Exam July 18th

Are you or someone you know interested in a career in the corrections field? The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office is accepting registrations through July 13 for its upcoming Correction Officer Exam. The exam slated for July 18. “We are seeking qualified, motivated men and women interested in careers in corrections for our 39th Basic Training Academy,” […]

Police Track, Charge Heroin Suspects in Medford, Arlington

Arlington police tracked down and charged two men who they said were involved in a heroin transaction at Hurd Field. Responding to complaints from Arlington Heights businesses, police watched a residence near Mass. Ave. before trailing Johnny McCloskey, 26, Medford, and Scott M. Pisano, 32, Lexington. Police said McCloskey is well known to them and […]

Medford Man Pleads Guilty, Receives Prison Sentence for Making & Distributing Fake T Passes

– Allison Goldsberry A Medford man has pleaded guilty in connection with a scheme to manufacture and distribute counterfeit MBTA passes, according to information released by Attorney General Maura Healey. Casey Kolenda, 28, pleaded guilty in Middlesex Superior Court on Tuesday to seven counts of counterfeiting charges. He was sentenced to three years in state […]

Koutoujian Comments on Governor’s Opioid Working Group Recommendations

“I want to thank Governor Baker, Attorney General Healey and all the members of the Opioid Working Group for their thorough report unveiled today. At a time when 80 percent of those in the custody of the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office self-identify with an addiction issue, continuity of health care is a critical link to recovery […]

Medford, Other Communities Receive State Funding to Combat Youth Violence, Gangs

Governor Charlie Baker recently announced that the Shannon Grant program will receive a $1.25 million funding increase. According to information released by the Governor’s office, the funding is intended to support regional and multi-disciplinary approaches to combat gang and youth violence this summer. “I am pleased that we are now able to increase our investment […]

DA Launches Summer Safety Campaign

With summer right around the corner Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan is launching MDAO’s annual “Summer Safety” educational campaign for parents, caretakers, and children. “It’s the time of year when all of us, parents, caregivers, and grandparents, need to be reminded about the safety measures to be taken around pools and lakes, hot cars, […]

Tufts to Conduct Emergency Drill June 15

On Monday, June 15 the Tufts University, Medford, and Somerville police departments will be participating in an emergency drill.   According to information released by Tufts, the drill will take place between 7:00 AM and 12:00 PM.   In addition to emergency vehicles on campus near the library and Cohen parking lot, the simulation will […]

Sheriff Testifies on Pretrial Reform Legislation

Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian testified before the Joint Committee on the Judiciary Tuesday, June 9, addressing legislation focused on pretrial processes in the Commonwealth. “As we begin an in-depth discussion of criminal justice reform here in the Commonwealth, it is critically important we not only talk about sentencing, but also what happens before individuals […]

Sheriff Addresses Mystic Valley NAACP

Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian addressed attendees Monday evening at the general meeting of the Mystic Valley Area Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). “I want to thank the Mystic Valley Area Branch of the NAACP and President Neil Osborne for the invitation to speak with them about the […]

Sheriff Koutoujian Participates in Harvard Commencement’s Unique Tradition

Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian (standing) signals the start of Harvard University’s Commencement Exercises on Thursday, May 28, 2015, as former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick (second from left) and others on the dais look on. In keeping with tradition, Sheriff Koutoujian opened the Commencement, declaring “This meeting will be in order.” Koutoujian also closed the […]