Marlborough Police Department

  • Agency: Marlborough Police Department
  • Address: 355 Bolton Street, Marlborough, 01752 MA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)
Phone: (508) 485-1212
Fax: (508) 624-6949

Marlborough Police Department is located at 355 Bolton Street, Marlborough, 01752 MA. The Marlborough Police Department phone number is (508) 485-1212.

Marlborough Police Department News

#MPDcalllog 2.22.18 – 2.23.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-23-18.pdf

#MPDcalllog 2.21.18 – 2.22.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-22-18.pdf

#MPDcalllog 2.20.18 – 2.21.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-21-18.pdf

#MPDcalllog 2.16.18 – 2.20.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-20-18_0.pdf

#MPDcalllog 2.15.18 – 2.16.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-16-18.pdf

#MPDcalllog 2.14.18 – 2.15.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-15-18.pdf

The City of Marlborough has a new police officer! Deven O’Brien was officially sworn in today by City Clerk Lisa Thomas. Officer O’Brien transferred here from Lunenburg, where he served for 4-years. Officer O’Brien will undergo some brief field training before hitting the streets on his own. Welcome aboard Officer O’Brien!

#MPDcalllog 2.13.18 – 2.14.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-14-18.pdf

The man depicted in this picture stole several phones from the Solomon Pond Mall Apple Store. If you recognize him please call us at 508-485-1212 or message us via Facebook. Thank you.

#MPDcalllog 2.12.18 – 2.13.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-13-18.pdf

Come out to the 3rd annual Marlborough Police Polar Plunge for Special Olympics on Saturday March 3rd and jump in, "Freezin' for a reason"! All funds go directly to the Special Olympics to provide equipment, uniforms, venues, etc... all free of charge for athletes and their families. For more information please visit marlboroplunge.kintera.org

#MPDcalllog 2.09.18 – 2.12.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-12-18.pdf

The Marlborough Police Department is asking for your assistance identifying the man depicted in this video. This man is a suspect in a home burglary that occurred at Crystal Brook Way (off Curtis Ave) on 2/10/18 @ approx. 1:30pm. The car he’s seen driving appears to be a black/dark gray newer model BMW. We understand that the video is blurry but hopefully someone can tie everything together. If you have any information regarding this burglary please contact Det. Scott DeCiero @ 508-485-1212 x 36953. You can also message us via Facebook. Pictures of car and suspect added to comments. Thank you and please share.

K9 Kaiser recently had the pleasure of assisting the Sudbury Police Department in the middle of the night with a suspect who was in possession of a stolen motor vehicle. When officers attempted to place the suspect into custody a struggle ensued and two Sudbury Police Officers were ultimately injured. The suspect managed to escape even after being “Tazed” and pursued on foot. Kaiser arrived on scene, deployed and quickly acquired a positive track. After tracking for approximately a mile, K9 Kaiser gave a proximity alert, alerting Sgt. McKenzie the suspect was close by. Kaiser quickly closed the distance locating the suspect trying hide. The suspect observed Kaiser fast approaching and quickly gave up by laying face down and placing his hands on his head. The suspect was taken into custody without incident.

#MPDcalllog 2.08.18 – 2.09.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-09-18.pdf

#MPDcalllog 2.07.18 – 2.08.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-08-18.pdf

On February 7th, Chief David Giorgi, Lt. Robert Jusseaume and Lt. Michael Amoros attended an award ceremony for the Massachusetts Police Accreditation Commission. Under retired Chief Mark Leonard the department began the intensive process of seeking Accreditation, a “process which consists of two major components: 1) The establishment of a body of professional standards and policies; and 2) a voluntary assessment process by which agencies can be publicly recognized for meeting those standards considered best practices for the profession.” In April 2017 the department was awarded Certification, the first step in the two step process during which 159 professional standards must be met by the department. In November 2017, the department successfully completed a second assessment during which an additional 98 professional standards were satisfied, as well as 85 optional standards. Chief Giorgi wants to recognize the diligent efforts of Lt. Jusseaume and Lt. Amoros as well as the other members of the Accreditation team and the entire department who participated in the process. Being awarded Accreditation is a prestigious achievement and an accomplishment for which all members of the Marlborough Police Department can be proud.

#MPDcalllog 2.06.18 – 2.07.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-07-18.pdf

We’re expecting snow, rain, and ice tomorrow…. If you’re heading out please drive carefully. Be safe!

#MPDcalllog 2.05.18 – 2.06.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-06-18.pdf

#MPDcalllog 2.02.18 – 2.05.18 It’s important to note that subjects are placed under arrest based upon probable cause and the arrest, in and of itself, is not a determination of guilt. Some incidents such as Juvenile Arrests, Domestic Violence Arrests or subjects placed under Protective Custody will not be published. Click on link: https://www.marlborough-ma.gov/sites/marlboroughma/files/uploads/02-05-18.pdf

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A few nights ago a dog on Matheson Drive was attacked by a pack of coyotes. The dog was taken to Tufts and survived. Coyote sightings have been reported in the news recently. If you have pets, please keep them up to date with their rabies vaccine and in your sight. If you or your pet is scratched or bitten by a wild animal, please call the Marlborough Police for immediate assistance. https://www.mass.gov/service-details/prevent-conflicts-with-coyotes

The Marlborough Police Department has recently been fielding phone scam reports. Some of the reports seem to target seniors. The caller will tell you that a family member, grandson or granddaughter, is in jail. They will then instruct you to purchase gift or Green Dot cards and to send them the pin numbers to speed up the release. If you receive a call similar to this : * Resist the urge to act immediately, no matter how dramatic the story is. *Verify the person’s identity by asking questions that a stranger couldn’t possibly answer. •Call a phone number for your family member or friend that you know to be genuine. •Check the story out with someone else in your family or circle of friends, even if you’ve been told to keep it a secret. •Don’t wire money — or send gift card pins, checks, or money orders to anyone. https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/scam-alerts Thank you and please share.