Malden Police Department

  • Agency: Malden Police Department
  • Address: 800 Eastern Ave, Malden, 02148 MA
  • Chief: Kenneth Coye (Chief of Police)
Phone: 781-397-7171
Fax: 781-397-0296

Malden Police Department is located at 800 Eastern Ave, Malden, 02148 MA. The Chief of Police of the department is Kenneth Coye. The Malden Police Department phone number is 781-397-7171.

Malden Police Department News

We are taking part in the 14th National Precription Drug Take Back day with the Drug Enforcement Administration. Bring your unwanted prescriptions to the Malden Police Department - 800 Eastern Av, Malden between the hours of 10am - 2pm. No liquids will be accepted. Any questions, please contact Det. Kelley at the station 781-397-7171.

We'd like to remind all residents that the best deterrent to getting their motor vehicles broke into is to lock the doors and remove valuables including electronics, wallets, check books and banking information. Some area communities are reporting that vehicles are being targeting with banking information being taken and fraudulent checks presented at local banks. Additionally please be sure to monitor your financial statements and you're entitled to a free credit report from all three of the major credit bureaus once a year that you should consider reviewing for fraudulent activity. As always if any suspicious is seen, please feel free to contact the Malden Police Department at 781-322-1212 or 781-397-7171.

M.P.D. busy with two separate bank robbery arrests in October: M.P.D. responded to 876 Main St on October 6th for a reported bank robbery in progress. Upon arrival, officers were able to obtain a description and witness statements that saw a man fitting the description leaving in a car on an adjacent side street. A Melrose detail officer saw a car matching the description and relayed the information over the radio after obtaining a license plate number. A Malden officer then observed the vehicle on Route 1 and was able to stop the car safely on the Malden/Revere line. A subsequent invest with detectives led to the recovery of several thousand dollars, clothing, and other forensic evidence prompting the arrest of Jeffrey Monico, age 38, of Revere. On Monday October 16 around lunchtime, M.P.D. was dispatched to another bank robbery at the corner of Medford St and Highland Ave. Upon arrival and interviews with witnesses, a description was given to searching units. A female matching the description was located and subsequent identification made. The money in question and note passed were recovered from Stephanie Cataldo, age 30, who was arrested for the robbery. Both suspects were arraigned at Malden District Court for the separate robberies.

**** UPDATE**** Thank You to all for asistance in locating a missing juvenile. Misty was located safely.

*** UPDATE *** Thank you for everyone's assistance in locating Jhulia, she was found safe.

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Winning Time for M.P.D.!

M.P.D. Wins Pulling for Hope! Several MPD officers participated in the American Cancer Society's Pulling for Hope event on September 24th at Logan Airport. The officers moved a Jet Blue airplane in 8.66 seconds and won the challenge! The win was dedicated to fellow Officer Jim McCusker who is currently battling cancer. Jim and his family attended the event and were presented with the team trophy. The event is held to fundraise for the American Cancer Society and the MPD team raised over $5,800 in support of this great cause

*** UPDATE *** Thank you everyone for the help in locating Jessenia. She was found last night safe and sound. She is back with her family.

Don't fall victim to phone scams. The IRS, FBI, or any other agency for that matter will not call and demand wire transfers, money, gift cards or other monetary valued items over the phone. We are once again seeing an uptick in these type of crimes.

Malden Police is currently asking for assistance with locating David Buckley 52yoa. Anyone with information is asked to contact 781-397-7171.

** Update ** The BOLO for IGO is cancelled, she has been located safely. Thank everyone for thier assistance.

If anyone is missing a package that was suppose to be delivered today in the area of North Milton St, please contact the department when you have an opportunity. You can reference IC 17003523.

**UPDATE** INTERIANO has been located safety, we appreciate everyones assistance in this matter.

**UPDATE** INTERIANO has been located safety, we appreciate everyones assistance in this matter. *** The Malden Police Department is seeking assistance in locating a missing juvenile. Please review the missing flyer attached to this post. Please contact the Malden Police Department at 781-322-1212 if you have any information regarding the whereabouts of RUTH INTERIANO a 17 yr old light skin Hispanic female, 5'40 130lbs thin build,brown eyes ,black hair. She is from Malden and enjoys drawing and art. Does not have a cell phone at this time. Ruth also speaks Spanish. She may be in company of a male friend.Please call your local police or dial 911 if you see RUTH. attempt to gather as much detailed information if safe to do so. If possible provide clothing, physical description, location and possible vehicles involved. Thank you again for your assistance.

****CANCEL BOLO *** Jessenia Frederick was located safely this morning -Thank you for your assistance.

****CANCEL BOLO *** party was located safely-Thank you for assistance. The Malden Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing juvenile. Jessenia Frederick is missing from her home in Malden and was last seen at 5:00PM Wednesday July 5th.Jessenia is a 13 year old Hispanic female, thin build,5'0, 100lbs, black curly hair (in bun). Wears glasses. Clothing: jean shorts, black tank top under blue shirt . New to Malden area, grew up in Arlington, MA. Not familiar with MBTA system and no known phone. If you have information regarding whereabouts of Jessenia contact the Malden Police at 781-322-1212 or contact your local police by dialing 911. See attached flyer.

The 2017 Junior Police Academy (JPA) will begin on Monday, July 10th 2017 and conclude on Friday, July 14th 2017. The program is designed for students entering the 5th, 6th, 7th, or 8th grade this fall. The JPA will begin promptly at 9:00am and end at approximately 3:00pm each day. A limited number of cadets will be accepted to the week long program. You must be sure you can attend during these dates before submitting an application. If a cadet fails to comply with the rules of the JPA or fails to cooperate with fellow cadets or staff, he or she will be immediately removed from the program. The JPA will feature a variety of training situations in which all cadets will be required to participate. The JPA will include, but not be limited to: classroom instruction, hands-on police tactics training, physical training, travel days to special events and more. Lunch will be provided each day. To apply, please complete the form below and click the "submit" button. An officer will contact you to confirm the child's acceptance into the program. The deadline to apply is July 1, 2017. Questions can be directed to Detective Renee Nusum at 781-397-7171 ext 1203 or

MALDEN POLICE TAKING BACK UNWANTED PRESCRIPTION DRUGS APRIL 29TH AT MALDEN POLICE STATION Malden, MA – On April 29nd from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Malden Police and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its 13th opportunity in seven years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs. Bring your pills for disposal to the Malden Police Department front lobby at 800 Eastern Ave. (The DEA cannot accept liquids or needles or sharps, only pills or patches.) The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.

MPD has noticed a recent uptick in the abuse of common cold medicine combined with alcohol and/or drugs. Please be diligent and feel free to contact the Malden PD with any questions or concerns. Parents of middle school and high school aged children should take the time to go over the dangers of drug abuse with their children. MPD is working with local schools and pharmacies to address this problem and is still currently investigating this trend.

SNOW UPDATE as of Wednesday, February 8th at 3:00PM As of 7PM on Wednesday, February 8th, the City of Malden will declare a snow emergency. After the snow emergency begins at 7PM tonight, winter parking restrictions will be strictly enforced. Regarding the parking ban: To avoid being ticketed or towed, you must seek off-street parking. For residents without access to off-street parking, there are 6 locations for to park free of charge and these lots are available to be parked in as of 6PM. These locations are the Early Learning Center, Beebe, Forestdale, Ferryway, Linden and Salemwood Schools. Vehicles can remain in these lots until the snow emergency is lifted. You must monitor 311 to find out when you must remove your vehicle from these lots. Regarding other city services: Trash pickup for Thursday, February 9th will be canceled and pushed forward 1 day for the remainder of the week. Malden Public Schools will be closed Thursday, February, 9th Malden Public Library, Senior Center and Teen Center will all be closed Thursday, February 9th. Malden City Hall at 110 and 17 Pleasant St. will be open Thursday morning with a potential for closing early on Thursday. Stay tuned for updates. Malden Recreation activities are canceled for Thursday, February 9th.

Chief Molis was notified today the 4th grade class at Salemwood School were requesting to present an award to MPD. Several officers responded to meet the class. We were greeted with smiling faces, students who dressed in blue for support, and read some heartfelt personal messages. It was an honor to receive such praise, and our sincere thank you to the Salemwood School officials and 4th grade.

Malden Police seek charges against man stemming from December bank robbery: Malden Police have been granted a warrant for a man alleged to be responsible for the bank robbery of Brookline Bank on December 27, 2016. At approximately 950AM a lone suspect entered the bank located on Commercial St, Malden and passed a note to the teller demanding cash. He then fled the scene and a search was unsuccessful. Detective Disalvatore, a Task Force Officer with the FBI bank robbery task force, began his investigation along with FBI agents and eventually were able to identify the alleged suspect as Mr. Frederick Mandracchia, age 35. A search ensued for Mandracchia and he was eventually located hiding out in a hotel in Chelsea. Interviews were able to deem Mr. Mandracchia responsible for many other bank robberies, along with the Malden Incident.

Numerous snowblower thefts in the area. Secure your machines!!! Some tips: Record serial numbers make model etc Paint a portion a certain color or etch a name or initials somewhere on the machine Try to keep the machine out of the public view when not in use Block in the machine with a vehicle if possible or secure in a shed/garage if applicable And report suspicious activity to MPD anyone lurking in your neighborhood. Thefts believed to be during day hours