Tagged with Cambridge Police

Cambridge Police to Host Community Meetings

The Cambridge Police Department has announced two community meetings to discuss crime and safety concerns with neighbors. The first meeting will take place next Monday, October 21 at 7:00pm at the Peabody School in North Cambridge (70 Rindge Ave.). The second meeting is scheduled for the following evening, Tuesday, October 22 at 6:30pm at the … Continue reading »

Stabbing on Hurley St., Police Seeking Information

Early this morning, Cambridge Police responded to a reported stabbing on Hurley St. near Sciarappa St. This incident appears to have occurred between two acquaintances who were involved in an argument. The victim was transported to a hospital with what the police are calling serious injuries, and a suspect has been arrested and charged. If … Continue reading »

MIT Police Officer Shot

Tonight, a member of the MIT campus police force was shot on Vassar St. A short time ago, Middlesex Acting District Attorney Michael Pelgro and Cambridge Police Chief Robert Haas announced that the officer suffered multiple gunshot wounds, and despite the efforts of emergency responders, the officer was pronounced deceased at a local hospital. On … Continue reading »

Community Meeting Recap

Last night I hosted a community meeting at the Cambridge Police Station to discuss the recent rash of armed robberies that have occurred in Cambridge and have been concentrated in the East Cambridge and Wellington-Harrington neighborhoods. The meeting was packed with at least one hundred residents, and was well attended by Cambridge Police officers and … Continue reading »

Recent Robbery Spree

As many of you may know, there has been a string of armed robberies in Cambridge in recent days, with some of the robberies occurring in East Cambridge. East Cambridge is known as a safe, relatively quiet neighborhood, and to see crimes like these happen here is especially disturbing. Here are the facts about what has happened … Continue reading »