GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen reports that the missing Groveland resident suffering from dementia has been found safe and unharmed. Groveland Police wish to thank the Massachusetts State Police, Groveland Fire Department, Haverhill Police, Georgetown Police and Salisbury Police for their assistance.
Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen reports that the Groveland Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a man with dementia who was reported missing earlier today.
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen reports that the Groveland Police Department will summons two teenagers after they allegedly vandalized multiple mailboxes in town. A JUVENILE MALE, AGE 16, OF MERRIMAC, and a JUVENILE MALE, AGE 16, OF WEST NEWBURY will each summonsed to court on a charge of Malicious Destruction of Property (11 Counts). […]
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen reports that the Groveland Police Department will seek a criminal summons against a resident following an investigation into his allegedly following a woman in his vehicle earlier this week.
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen reports that the Groveland Police Department has opened a criminal investigation into a report that a resident was followed through a neighborhood by a man in a vehicle.
GROVELAND — Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen and the men and women of the Groveland Police Department condemn the actions of the Minneapolis police officers which resulted in the death of George Floyd last week. Chief Gillen and the Groveland Police Department also condemn racism and police brutality of any kind, as the Groveland Police Department […]
Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen and Fire Chief Robert Valentine announce that the Groveland Police and Fire Departments will discontinue drive-by parades for birthdays and other events on Monday, June 1 as COVID-19 restrictions begin to lessen.
Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen, in accordance with Gov. Baker’s and the Department of Public Health’s new orders, would like to encourage Groveland residents to participate in the #JustStayHome challenge.
Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen announces that, out of an abundance of caution, the Groveland Police Department will temporarily suspend non-emergency walk-in services in response to COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus. All walk-in services, such as fingerprinting, records requests, non-violent past offenses, medication drop-off, etc. are suspended until further notice. Non-emergency matters […]
Police Chief Jeffrey T. Gillen and Fire Chief Robert Valentine report that Groveland Police and Fire responded to a crash early this morning where a car drove into a house.