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Community Leaders Meet To Discuss Combatting Opiate Epidemic

Pictured, left to right: Penny Funaiole, Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition Opioid Prevention Coordinator, Assistant District Attorney Alice Casey, District Attorney Ryan, Stoneham Police Chief James McIntyre, and Chief Michael Lyle. Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and members of the Mystic Valley Public Health Coalition and the Substance Abuse Collaborative have met to discuss strategies […]

Police Looking for Armed Robbery Suspect

Medford Police are looking for a suspect in an armed robbery that recently took place at Rosemary’s convenience store on Main Street. They released the surveillance video on YouTube on April 10. Anyone with information is asked to contact or 781-393-4767. –

DA: Tewksbury Police Officers Justified in Use of Deadly Force Against Medford Man

- Allison Goldsberry Two Tewksbury Police detectives were justified in their “use of deadly force” against a Medford man accused of stabbing two others in February, according to a statement released by Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan. Sparks, 30, was a suspect in the stabbing of two people at the Salter School on the morning […]

Sheriff Hosts Special Senate Opioid Committee

Pictured, from left: Senator John Keenan (D – Norfolk and Plymouth), Senator Joan Lovely (D – Second Essex), Senator Vinny deMacedo (R – Plymouth and Barnstable), Senator Jennifer Flanagan (D – Worcester and Middlesex) and Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian listening to an inmate tell his story of addiction and the programming he is participating […]

Police Looking for Alleged Cell Phone Thief

Medford Police are looking for a man they say allegedly stole cell phones from employees of the CVS at Wellington Plaza on Monday. The suspect, shown in the above surveillance photos, might be driving a black Honda with missing bumpers. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Medford Police. –

Police Say Suspect Involved in 9 Armed Robberies

- Allison Goldsberry Medford Police have arrested a suspect they say is involved in nine armed robberies. Kevin O’Connell, Jr., 25, of Medford, was arrested Saturday night after another alleged armed robbery at P’s Variety, a Central Avenue convenience store police say was robbed “in a similar fashion” earlier in March. According to police, O’Connell […]

Police Searching for Missing Woman- Updated

- Allison Goldsberry March 28, 2015 Update: Somerville Police tweeted on Friday that the missing woman has been found. No further details were released. Police are searching for a missing 20-year-old Medford woman, Kayla Scott. Scott was seen on March 23 and was reported missing after she did not return from work in Dorchester. According […]

Bail Set At $1 Million Each For Suspects In Heroin Case

. Heroin bricks found in suitcase allegedly in possession of the three defendants. Courtesy photo. – Allison Goldsberry Three local men are each being held on $1 million cash bail after being arrested and charged for heroin possession. Felix Valerio-Rodriguez, 27, Jose Fernandez Del Rosario, 23, and Manuel Gutierrez-Cunillera, 27, were arraigned in Malden District […]

Council Considering Steps to Address Opiate Addiction

From left: City Councilor Paul Camuso, Medford Public Schools Nurse Supervisor Toni Vento, Lead Physical Education teacher Rachel Perry, and Mystic Valley Regional Public Health Coalition’s Brook Hoyt. – Allison Goldsberry The Medford City Council is considering creating a task force and an ordinance for a substance abuse prevention coordinator position to address opiate addiction. […]

Medford Man Accused of Animal Cruelty

- Allison Goldsberry Medford Police say video evidence helped them nab a Medford man accused of animal cruelty. Ryan Baker, 32, was arrested and charged with three counts of cruelty to animals, a felony. Police say Baker’s neighbor witnessed him beating his girlfriend’s pit bull, Bullet, and the neighbor handed over video that allegedly shows […]