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Applications for police cadet available

| June 4, 2014

MILTON, MA. – Milton Police Chief Richard G. Wells Jr. has announced that applications are now being accepted for the position of Milton Police Cadet. The examination, scheduled for June 28, is open to all Milton residents as well as non-resident minority and female candidates between the ages of 18-22. Duties of a police cadet […]

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In two minutes, Milton news headlines

| May 28, 2014

Milton, MA – Headlines: Opiates and heroin in Milton go under the microscope, new FEMA flood zones could affect property owners, East Milton deck planners meet, and we remember our fallen veterans with Memorial Day ceremonies. Milton, Mass., news headlines, from the Milton Times newspaper, May 29-June 4, 2014 http://www.miltontimes.com The Milton Minute, Wednesdays at […]

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Police investigate Curry assault

| May 1, 2014

Milton, MA – The Milton Police Department and the Curry College Public Safety Office are continuing their investigation of a sexual assault incident that occurred on Sunday, April 27 at the school. According to a Tweet issued by the Currier Times student newspaper, the woman was approached in the north campus residence hall at approximately […]

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Milton Named One of Safest Communities in U.S.

| February 13, 2014

The Milton Police Department is reporting that for the second straight year, the town has been named one of the “100 Safest Communities in America,” according to NeighborhoodScout.com. In an announcement on their Facebook page, the department said the designation is based upon violent crime per 1,000 residents as well as the overall safety of […]

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Burglaries Spiked in 2013

| January 23, 2014

The Police Department saw an increase in certain types of crime over the past year, as Police Chief Richard Wells looked back at crime statistics from 2013. Wells is currently preparing a presentation on crime statistics for a meeting with town officials, something he does each year. While there were fewer cases of violent crime […]

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