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WEST NEWBURY — Groveland Police Chief Jeffrey Gillen, Merrimac Police Chief Eric Shears and West Newbury Police Chief Jeffrey Durand wish to announce that trick-or-treating has been rescheduled in Groveland, Merrimac and West Newbury due to inclement weather forecasts.
MERRIMAC — Chief Eric Shears is pleased to announce that the Merrimac Police Department turned in 51 pounds of unused medication following National Drug Take Back Day.
Chief Eric Shears is pleased to announce that the Merrimac Police Department is participating in the Pink Patch Project this month.
West Newbury, Groveland and Merrimac Police \want to remind families of several important safety tips ahead of Halloween.
The Merrimac Police Department is investigating after a child reported being approached by a suspicious person yesterday afternoon.
MERRIMAC — Chief Eric Shears and the Merrimac Police Department are warning residents of an IRS scam involving an individual impersonating law enforcement officers and threatening victims with arrest for non-payment of taxes.
MERRIMAC — Police Chief Eric M. Shears announces that the Merrimac Police Department will host a Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) seminar to educate residents about proper actions in the event of a crisis.
MERRIMAC — With the Fourth of July approaching, Police Chief Eric M. Shears and Fire Chief Ralph Spencer would like to remind residents that all use of fireworks in the state of Massachusetts is illegal.
Merrimac Police Department Eric M. Shears, Chief of Police 16 East Main St. Merrimac, MA 01860 For Immediate Release Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 Contact: Jessica Sacco Phone: 978-769-5193 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Merrimac Police Offer Child Seat Safety Tips to Residents MERRIMAC — Chief Eric Shears would like to remind the community about the importance of properly […]