New Braintree Police Department

  • Agency: New Braintree Police Department
  • Address: 282 Union Street, Braintree, 02184 MA
  • Chief:
Phone: (781) 843-1212
Fax: 781-794-8698

New Braintree Police Department is located at 282 Union Street, Braintree, 02184 MA. The New Braintree Police Department phone number is (781) 843-1212.

New Braintree Police Department News

On behalf of Chief of Police James Ayotte, the men of the New Braintree Police Department stand with our brothers and sisters in the Auburn Police Department with great sadness. Our grief and prayers go out to the family of Police Officer Ron Tarentino, Jr.. On Saturday May 21, Officer Tarentino paid the ultimate price with his life while protecting the community of Auburn. He was shot and killed during a routine traffic stop. We also recognize the brave and courageous officers from Auburn PD, Oxford PD and members of the Massachusetts State Police STOP team and Tactical EMS personnel who for hours hunted and found the dangerous man who shot and killed Officer Tarentino. The coward, George Zambrino was shot and killed while lying in wait. He sprang from a closet shooting a member of the MSP STOP team before being neutralized. That brave officer will survive his injuries.

Maine State Trooper Dennis Quint was very lucky to survive in his marked cruiser after striking a large moose in Aroostock County. His 2013 Ford Interceptor was a total loss. Trooper Quint received only minor injuries. This photo provided by Maine State Police.

WEATHER WARNING: The National Weather Service has issued a sever weather warning for New Braintree. A fast moving storm is located 8 miles from Hadley and moving north eastward. There is a chance of high winds and hail. Stay alert and be ready for this event. Call police with any power outage or post on these pages.

Our sad hearts are with the RCMP Moncton Detachment this morning as three of their members were shot dead and two others wounded on Wednesday. The killer is still at large.

NATIONAL POLICE WEEK: It is during this week in May each year that police departments and other law enforcement agencies across America pause and reflect on those heroic officers who have paid the ultimate price in bravery for the communities they serve.

NATIONAL GRID WARNS NEW ENGLAND CUSTOMERS OF ON-GOING PAYMENT SCAM - May 9, 2014 National Grid has sent out a warning about another telephone scam. Someone posing as a National Grid representative is calling random customers and demanding they pay a bill or the electricity will be turned off almost immediately. The fraudulent callers are claiming to be from National Grid and threatening customers with immediate service shut-off unless they provide credit card or bank account information that can be used to access the accounts. National Grid has been doing public outreach to raise public awareness about this scam. You may have even heard National Grid on the radio instructing customers not to give the caller any information and to ask them to verify the last 5 digits of the billing account. As always call the New Braintree police with questions or the Customer Contact Center: 1-800-322-3223.

CALL OF THE DAY: A New Braintree resident notified police about a telephone scam that occurred today. A caller threatened the resident with legal service unless they provided them with personal financial information including the social security number. Wrong. This savvy resident provided no information to the caller and called police with the details. The caller sounded southern and became agitated when the home owner refused. Good work. The New Braintree Police warn residents never to give out personal information - especially private financial data..

CALL OF THE DAY: A boy's bicycle was recovered from a theft - or apparent theft. An alert New Braintree resident recovered a bicycle on Gilbertville Road near Sibley Road on Friday. According to the police dispatcher "no one has called in the loss of a bike". If you have lost a bicycle or had one stolen call the police at 508-867-2059 and leave your name and a description of the bike. Your call will be returned. If you are the thief and wish to turn yourself in - do so at the beep.

TOWNWIDE CLEAN-UP - Thanks to all New Braintree residents who participated in the Easter weekend townwide clean-up. The event was a success!

11th ANNUAL TOWNWIDE CLEAN-UP IS SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 19, 2014 Saturday April 19 is the scheduled town wide clean up. This is an annual event and has been quite successfully coordinated by some outstanding New Braintree residents Rory Fitzgerald, Barbara Clough, Cindy Cheevers, and Susie Mulliken. All residents are encouraged to get involved on Saturday April 19 from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.. There will be a recycling trailer at the town hall this year to take away old computers, monitors, mattresses, propane tanks etc. There is a nominal fee for some items to be recycled. The event will not be held at the fire station parking lot as previously reported. Yellow bags will be available for those of you who are willing to help with roadside clean-up. See you at the town hall parking lot on Saturday 4-19. Bring a friend!

CALL OF THE DAY: Officer Peddle had made an arrest of a female. Officer Mulliken was called upon for back-up and to help process the prisoner. Meanwhile, she gets a call for another sort of "mutual aid" - later helping to birth the black kid shown in this photo. Mother and baby are doing fine.

CALL OF THE DAY: Police are asking for help in locating an older model white Chevrolet S-10 Blazer. It is believed to be involved in the North Brookfield theft of scrap metal reported below. The two suspects are said to approach residents using a scam about providing chimney cleaning service. Once distracted the second suspect enters a garage or barn looking for scrap metal and other items of value. Contact police it you recognize the men in the North Brookfield PD photo or if you seen the vehicle.

The New Braintree Police are working to get the word out about about a recent burglary currently being investigated by the North Brookfield Police Department. The photo shows the two suspects entering the home of an elderly couple. The pair were looking for metal. Police ask that residents keep their eyes open for these two and notify the police department of suspicious activity.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY: Another storm is bearing down on New Braintree. It will over spread the area Tuesday at 7 AM. 2-4 inches of snow are likely. These photos were submitted by Officer Susie Mulliken. Officer Barry Peddle readies the police department Humvee for storm patrol. Meanwhile, New Braintree resident Barbara Clough stands ready for the next storm.

It is well recognized that stress is associated with technology and its rapid change. Especially of you are in the older age technological changes are often hard to keep up with. Yet people pay a price for being attached to their phones, emails, and tweets with increased levels of stress and tension. New Braintree Sergeant Michael Sefton published a paper suggesting that humans pay a high price for being so connected to their digital tools and technology.

The New Braintree Police continue to investigate a residential burglary. This reward is being offered by the homeowner in conjunction with an arrest and conviction. Residents are urged to lock their doors whenever they are away from their property. Call 911 with suspicious activity. Please contact the New Braintree Police at 508-867-2059 with information.

The Milford PD posted a parking lot video of the fatal ambulance crash today.

CALL OF THE DAY: Chief DuVernay was called to the scene of a roll over crash on Route 67 (Barre Rd) at Oakham Cut-off. The crash was storm related. Drivers are urged to use caution during these next 24 hours and allow the Highway Department to clear the roads.

Happy New Year - On behalf of Chief Bert DuVernay and the men and women of the New Braintree Police Department we'd like to wish you all a safe and happy new year.

CALL OF THE DAY: Vehicle roll over at Ravine Road and Barre Rd - 4 Corners. Police have been adding additional patrols at the stop sign because too many cars drive through without regard for cross traffic. North brookfield Ambulance and New Braintree Fire were toned for todays crash.

Happy Holiday and Merry Christmas from Chief Bert DuVernay and all the members of the New Braintree Police Department. Stay safe and enjoy the season.

CALL OF THE DAY: Roll over crash at Barre Cut-off. No injuries were reported but North Brookfield EMS responded along with New Braintree firefighters. Chief DuVernay and Officer Beth Chemero investigated. Officer Mulliken provided these photographs.

CALL OF THE DAY: Cooper has been returned home. It is not clear if the reward has been given out or whether he came home on his own. Thanks to all of you who looked for Cooper.

Officer Susie Mulliken took these photographs of trick or treaters who visited the police station for the annual haunting.