A state police affidavit details what led up to a December prison assault that left 55-year-old Jeffrey Hall seriously injured. Hall died last week, having never left the hospital.
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Threat to inbound flight leads to emergency response at Burlington airport
Officials declined to specify the nature of the threat. The airport was closed for hours as authorities investigated.
Police arrest Milton man after negotiating release of his son during prolonged standoff
Crisis negotiation teams from across the state intervened to get Shawn Dudley, 36, to surrender and to remove the child safely, according to police press releases.
1 person hospitalized, 1 arrested in Burlington shooting
The shooting at the Salmon Run Apartments on Riverside Avenue sent one man to the hospital, according to Acting Police Chief Jon Murad. A suspect, identified as Tovi R. Mesick, was in custody.
Burlington mayor says police overtime for condo association ‘will not continue’
In a press release on Tuesday night, Mayor Miro Weinberger said a police union contract to provide extra patrols at River Watch Condominiums is “not consistent” with agreed terms with the union.
Burlington neighbors gather to support teen beaten outside home
The student was attacked the night of Jan. 17 by a group of young people, a family member said, leaving the local neighborhood shaken.
Police oversight dominates Burlington Progressives’ public safety plan
A petition campaign put an independent community control board on the Town Meeting Day ballot in Burlington. City Council Progressives rallied around that proposal as part of their plan for public safety in the city.
Burlington officials speak out against ballot initiative on police oversight
Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger and others urged the public to vote against a Town Meeting Day ballot item that would establish a new Community Control Board overseeing the police department.
Mayor Miro Weinberger plans to try again to make Jon Murad Burlington’s permanent police chief
With the Burlington City Council leaning Democratic, Mayor Miro Weinberger said this week he will try to name Jon Murad as the permanent police chief, a position the city has not filled for three years.
Burlington man charged in downtown stabbing death
Von “Red” Simmonds, 40, was arrested Thursday afternoon and charged with second-degree murder, according to the Burlington Police Department. He is accused of killing Abubakar Sharrif, 23, of Burlington.