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

Kheira Tarantino has been reported missing. If anyone has any information please contact Malden Police at 781-322-1212.

Motorized Wheelchair returned to owner.

The Malden Police Department is investigating the theft of a motorized wheelchair that occurred on 06/06/2018 between the hours of 6:30 AM-2:00 PM. The motorized wheelchair was taken from the Fairview Ave area. Below is a stock photo of what the wheelchair looks like. If anyone has any information please contact Malden Police at 781-322-1212.

Do not become a victim of phone scams/fraud. Calls are becoming more and more frequent, resulting in many victims. Remember, no legitimate federal, state, or local agency will demand payment, wire transfers etc. Also, scammers can make the number calling from look like it is from a legitimate organization. Here is a link with some of the common scams currently making their way around the greater Boston area, https://www.aarp.org/money/scams-fraud/info-2017/fraud-protection-telephone-scams.html

Please disregard the missing person bulletin for Michael White. He has been located.

Michael White was reported missing to the Malden Police Department. If anyone has any information please call 781-322-1212.

Be sure to check out the 2018 Memorial Day Activities in Malden, to include the yearly parade to honor those service members who gave the ultimate sacrifice. http://www.cityofmalden.org/content/2018-memorial-day-activities-malden

Malden Police Arrest Hingham man for stealing at the police station... On April 6, 2018 a bus crash killed 16 people and badly injured 13 others, mostly teenagers, affiliated with the junior hockey team Humboldt Broncos. Malden PD, along with many other public agencies and citizens, joined the movement #putyourstickout #angelsontheice #sticksforhumboldt to memorialize and recognize the tragic loss by placing a hockey stick outside of MPD. The son of a Malden Officer donated one of his hockey sticks. A Humboldt logo was created and affixed to the stick, and some Humboldt writing to help decorate it. The stick has remained against the door since April 11 without incident. Earlier today, (May 25) Officers in dispatch were monitoring cameras and conducting routine business when a man walked up to the front door of MPD but did not enter. He "tried out" the stick, put it back, and walked away from the area only to return. He once again walked back and forth by the stick, eventually grabbed it and immediately left the area. Officers Donovan and Charpentier, while monitoring the incident on the cameras in dispatch, only feet away from where the stick had been placed, immediately broadcasted the incident and description. Officer Keefe left the station and caught up with the man, later identified as William Iaconelli age 53 of Hingham walking with stick in hand. Iaconelli was questioned as to his removal of the hockey stick with the Humboldt decal affixed as well as the writing. Iaconelli gave conflicting stories as to his reasoning for taking the stick, none which made any sense. When it became apparent to officers the man was intentionally attempting to deprive ownership and take the stick for his own, he was placed into custody for the larceny. Iaconelli told officers, when asked if he heard of the Humbolt tragedy, that he did know about it but didn't follow the coverage because it was "too depressing." Iaconelli will be arraigned at Malden District Court Tuesday for the Larceny charge. The hockey stick, at MPD for 44 days honoring those tragically lost and injured, will now take a different role and be used as evidence against Mr Iaconelli in any future court proceedings. Below is the booking photo of Mr Iaconelli and one of the internet posts by MPD for the Humboldt Bronco Team.

Traffic Advisory for Sunday, May 20th The 2018 Wounded Vet Motorcycle Run will take place on May 20th. Due to the large number of participants expected, there will be significant traffic delays surrounding the route. It is advised to seek alternate routes between the hours of 1-3PM. The riders will be leaving Boston Harley Davidson in Revere at approximately 1PM. They will travel north on Beach Street to Salem Street crossing Broadway and straight to Maplewood Square, right on Lebanon Street, left on Sylvan Street (Malden) to Forest Street and then left on Forest to Main Street. Left on Main Street followed by an immediate right on Winter Street followed by another right onto Washington Street. They will stay on Washington Street until they exit Malden into Melrose.

The Malden Police would like to thank all of our neighboring agencies who assisted in locating Jenelle Baldassrri who was found safe !! Thank you to the Massachusetts State Police Saugus Police Department Melrose, Massachusetts Police Department Everett MA Police Revere Police and LYNN police Just to name a few 🚔👮🏻‍♀️👮🏻‍♂️

**UPDATE** Cancel BOLO ** Jenelle has been FOUND safe and we thank all persons and agencies for your assistance !!!!

**UPDATE** Cancel BOLO ** Jenelle has been FOUND safe and we thank all persons and agencies for your assistance !!!! Have YOU SEEN ME ??? The Malden Police are seeking the public’s assistance with locating Jenelle Baldassari of Malden. 35 year old white female 5’0 tall, 100lbs,blonde hair. Please review the missing person flyer and contact MPD with any information @ 782-322-1212

Misty Lottman Jr. has been reported missing to the Malden Police Department. If anyone has any information please contact Malden Police at 781-322-1212.

Reminder: The Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is open to the public on Saturday April 28, 2018 from 10:00am – 2:00pm at the Malden Police Department, 800 Eastern Ave. If you are unable to attend, you may dispose of medication any day and time in the Medication Disposal Unit located in the Malden Police Department lobby. Accepted items include: pills, capsules, tablets, liquid cough medicine, creams or other medications. Any questions can be directed to Detective Renee Kelley at 781-397-7171 X1203 or RKelley@Maldenpd.com. Any needles/syringes, medical devices (IV bags, home infusion items, etc.), thermometers, & medical instruments will NOT be accepted but can be disposed of at the following locations any day during normal business hours: Malden Senior Housing, 630 Salem Street Senior Center, 7 Washington Street Board of Health, 110 Pleasant Street 2nd Floor

***FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE*** Malden Hosts DEA National Drug Take-Back Day Malden Police and Malden Board of Health are hosting the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) National Drug Take-Back Day to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription and over-the-counter (OTC) medication, while also educating the public about the potential for abuse. Unused and expired medications left unsecure or unmonitored in medicine cabinets are a public safety issue that can lead to abuse or accidental overdose. Proper disposal of all medication is an easy and effective way to prevent the misuse and abuse of prescription and OTC medication and protect the environment. Take-Back Day is open to the public Saturday April 28, 2018 from 10:00am – 2:00pm at the Malden Police Department, 800 Eastern Ave. If you are unable to attend, you may dispose of medication any day and time in the Medication Disposal Unit located in the Malden Police Department lobby. Accepted items include: pills, capsules, tablets, liquid cough medicine, creams or other medications. Any needles/syringes, medical devices (IV bags, home infusion items, etc.), thermometers, & medical instruments will NOT be accepted but can be disposed of at the following locations any day during normal business hours: Malden Senior Housing, 630 Salem Street Senior Center, 7 Washington Street Board of Health, 110 Pleasant Street 2nd Floor Information regarding substance use prevention and recovery resources will also be available during the Take-Back Day courtesy of the Malden Board of Health Substance Abuse Prevention Services and Malden Overcoming Addiction. Information on these topics can be found anytime online at www.CityofMalden.org/substanceuse WHO: Malden Police Department & Malden Board of Health WHEN: Saturday April 28, 2018 10:00am – 2:00pm WHERE: Malden Police Department Community Room, 800 Eastern Ave. Malden, MA 02148 CONTACT:Detective Renee Kelley RKelley@maldenpd.com 781-397-7171 X1203

Please cancel the BOLO for missing Aliyaah Jose. She has been located.

David Ramos and Destiny Perez were located earlier this evening. Please disregard the post from earlier.

There has been a rash of reports filed where people are getting calls from a telephone number that displays that of the Malden Police Department. The caller then tries to obtain money from they victim by green dot, money gram, visa gift cards etc portraying themselves as a Police Officer. THE MALDEN POLICE WILL NEVER CALL ANYONE AND DEMAND MONEY.THIS IS A SCAM! Please pass the word as these are spoof telephone numbers. Investigation ongoing

Scott Jules was apprehended on the evening of 03/07/2018.

Wanted by the Malden Police. See advisory bulletin. Reward for the capture and arrest of bank robbery suspect...