Haverhill Police Department

  • Agency: Haverhill Police Department
  • Address: 40 Bailey Blvd, Haverhill, 01831 MA
  • Chief: (Chief of Police)

Haverhill Police Department is located at 40 Bailey Blvd, Haverhill, 01831 MA. The Haverhill Police Department phone number is 978-373-1212.

Haverhill Police Department News

Advisory: Emergency Sewer Pipe repair work will begin on Ashland Street starting at 7 am, Monday, Nov 12th.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 7, 2018 HAVERHILL MAN ARRESTED FOR MAY MURDER Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett and Haverhill Police Chief Alan DeNaro announced today that a suspect has been arrested for the murder of a 40-year old Haverhill man. Carlos Manel Rivera (DOB: 12/22/1978) of Haverhill was arrested early this afternoon by Massachusetts State Police and Haverhill Police. He will be arraigned for murder tomorrow in Haverhill District Court. On Sunday May 6, 2018, Haverhill Police responded to multiple 911 calls regarding shots fired near Emerson Street and Grand Ave at approximately 10:45 pm. Responding officers located a male victim, Jeffrey Larkin, lying in the street with a bullet wound in his chest. He was transported to Holy Family Hospital in Haverhill where he was pronounced deceased. Through the course of the investigation, police learned that the defendant and the victim were acquainted with one another and it was not a random shooting. Sky Stefanelli, 25, was indicted by an Essex County Grand Jury today for Accessory After the Fact. A Superior Court arraignment date has not been scheduled. Mr. Rivera and Ms. Stefanelli are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Carrie Kimball Monahan Director of Communications Essex District Attorney’s Office

Sewer Pipe Lining repair work will begin on Marsh Avenue and Main Street starting at 7 a.m. on Thursday November 8th until Friday, November 16th. We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve.

The 7-11 store on South Main Street in Bradford was robbed twice, on 9/21 and 10/11. The Suspect was wearing a black and gray Puma hooded sweatshirt with a green or black paisley bandana over his face during the 9/21 incident and obtained a substantial amount of money. On 10/11 the same Suspect was wearing a purple cloth over his face and gray hooded sweatshirt under a two tone black jacket. The store clerk resisted and the Suspect fled without obtaining any money. A knife was used in each robbery with either a green handle or green blade. The Suspect appears to be a white or light brown skinned male in early to late 20’s. The Suspect appears to be between 5’08-6’00 tall and thin and speaks clear English but appeared nervous. The Suspect is possibly operating a light colored SUV. If anyone recognizes or has ANY information regarding the robberies or Suspect’s identity, please contact Haverhill Police (Detective James Cotreau) @ 978-722-1573. Thank you. We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve.

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Haverhill Police Department awarded $20,000 for the Governor’s “Local Law Enforcement Equipment and Technology” grant. In Partnership with the School Department, the Haverhill Police Department submitted a grant proposal for the purchase of camera equipment for the School Department. The grant will help purchase vital equipment and technology that will provide additional protection and enhance security at schools throughout the City; ultimately giving police officers the ability to remotely monitor these cameras in real-time from their cruisers. We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve.

UPDATE: Terrell Watson has been located. Thank you to all who provided assistance.

UPDATE: Terrell Watson has been located. Thank you to all who provided assistance. MISSING/ENDANGERED JUVENILE The Haverhill Police Department is seeking assistance in locating the following Missing Juvenile: Terrell Watson DOB: 2/14/2006 (12 Years Old) White Male 5 feet 100 lbs Brown Hair Brown Eyes He was last seen wearing plaid pants, a red, black, gray, and white hooded sweatshirt (Pictured Below), and White Sneakers. If seen, please contact the Haverhill Police Department at 978-373-1212. PLEASE SHARE

Following the heavy rains and localized flooding during the overnight and morning hours, the regional forecast for this afternoon is calling for high winds, with gusts in the 50 - 60 mph range. We may experience power outages in the city, and if you must travel, please be on the lookout for possible downed trees and utility lines. We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve.

From tomorrow to November 30th, Officers of the Haverhill Police Department will once again be participating in “No-Shave November”. This annual effort is designed to raise awareness of men’s health issues, including cancer. As in past years, the participating officers will also be fundraising in support of a designated organization. We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve

Whether a day in Boston is your daily routine or you are planning on attending the parade, here are the Traffic and Parking restrictions for tomorrow, as released by the Boston Police Department. http://bpdnews.com/news/2018/10/29/traffic-and-parking-restrictions-to-take-effect-for-2018-world-series-celebration-rally

He has been located. Missing Elderly Man Charles Pike, white 85y/o, weight 195, Height 5'9" Gray Hair and Brown Eyes. Operating a 2011 Kia soul color Black, MA Registration 4EA726. If seen please call the Haverhill Police at 978-373-1212 We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve

Thank you to everyone who donated items, making our “Stuff-a-Cruiser Day” an absolute success for another year. A special thank you the youth groups of the Excel Club and the Common Grounds Cafe for their assistance with unloading and organizing the items. We do apologize for the abbreviated time that we were out at two of the locations due to the inclement weather. We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve

A very heartfelt thank you to the Haverhill Exchange Club for delivering lunch from Maria’s Family Restaurant to the station for our officers working the Day Shift.

Due to the increasing severity of the inclement weather, we will no longer be at the Westgate and Central Plaza Market Basket locations. However if you wish to, please bring donations to the station lobby up until 4pm. We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve.

Today is our 3rd Annual Stuff A Cruiser Day! Join us from 9am to 2pm at all the Haverhill Market Basket Locations. See attached photo for suggested donations. Donations can also be dropped off at the station until 4pm. We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve.

This morning, the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce Public Safety Breakfast Forum was attended by Chief Alan DeNaro, alongside Essex County District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett, Essex County Sheriff Kevin Coppinger, Andover Police Chief Patrick Keefe, Lawrence Police Chief Roy Vasque, Methuen Police Chief Joseph Solomon, and North Andover Police Chief Charles Gray. The annual event is designed to help increase the lines of communication and understanding between our police departments and business leaders throughout the Merrimack Valley.

Last night, we welcomed a group from Sacred Hearts Parish to the HPD for a meeting with some of our officers and a tour of our station. In addition, they also made and delivered care packages for all of our officers. We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve.

Due to the forecasted weather for Saturday evening. Trick or Treat has been rescheduled for Sunday 28th 5pm - 7pm.

This morning, Officers Christopher Dondero and Caitlin Brady were invited to Bradford Christian Academy on Main St. There they received recognition by the students of the National Honor Society in appreciation for their presence at Bradford Christian Academy during the citywide lockdown of schools that occurred on August 29th. Afterwards, the officers took the time to speak to the student body about their experiences as police officers and answered questions that the students had about police work. We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve.

Reminder this Saturday: Join us for our 3rd Annual Stuff A Cruiser Day, October 27th, 9am - 2pm, at all Haverhill Market Basket Locations. See attached photo for suggested donations.

The Haverhill Police Department is investigating a shooting that occurred earlier this evening in the area of 95 Beach St. An 18 year old Haverhill resident was shot and sent to a Boston area hospital with apparent serious injuries. Anyone with info related to the shooting, please contact the HPD at 978-373-1212.

While our drop off box for unwanted prescription drugs is always available to the public, this Saturday, October 27th, is DEA National Rx Take Back Day. Clean out your old prescriptions and bring them to the HPD Station Lobby. For more information, and additional collection locations, check out www.TakeBackDay.com We are here when you need us, ready to protect, proud to serve #TakeBackDay