Thursday, December 13, 2012
The driver of a 1999 Cadillac didn't wait around for help after a one-car crash Wednesday night on 128-South. He or she cleared out and still hasn't been found.
The driver of a 1999 Cadillac wrecked on 128-South early Thursday morning, but state troopers can't find the person. At 1:39 a.m., the Caddy was involved in a single-car crash on 128-South, just prior to exit 41 in Wakefield, said State Trooper Thomas Murphy. The vehicle was found abandoned in the left travel lane. Police had it moved into the breakdown lane. The registration on the car came back to addresses in Peabody. So far, police haven't been able to locate the owner of the car. Murphy said the owner isn't necessarily the person who crashed and abandoned the car.
Thursday, August 18, 2011
A Wakefield police officer was recognized for a job well done, state police are looking for information on an assault that occurred in the Breakhart Reservation earlier this week, and more things to know today.
1. Mostly sunny, possibly rainy - Today will be mostly sunny with a high near 86 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. There's also a slight chance of showers in the afternoon. 2. Assault at Breakhart - On the afternoon of August 16, a 20-year-old lifeguard was assaulted at the Breakhart Reservation, leaving her in serious condition. No arrests have been made, and police are asking for the public's help in solving the crime. Anyone with information about the assault can call the state police at 978-538-6009. 3. Wakefield officer recognized - Wakefield Police Officer Amy Toothaker was recently recognized in the Federal Bureau of Investivation Magazine for her role in mitigating a potentially deadly situation with a man …
Friday, June 17, 2011
With the Boston Bruins victory parade rolling through the city and bridge construction work underway, state police are advising drivers to find alternative routes to take this weekend.
[Editor's note: Below is a press statement issued by the Massachusetts State Police.] The Massachusetts State Police are urging motorists who live north of Boston who plan to use Route 93 to drive to and from the city on Saturday to consider alternate routes, as the combination of the next phase of the “Fast 14” bridge replacement project and the Bruins championship parade is expected to cause significantly heavy traffic on that highway. The parade begins at 11 a.m. tomorrow; traffic into the city is expected to begin getting heavy several hours earlier as huge crowds are expected to line the parade route. At the same time, the third weekend of the “Fast 14” project – in which a series of bridges along Route 93 in Medford are being …