September 14-20th is National Car seat safety week! Officer Suzanne Tibbetts and Detective Ashley Sanborn assisted in checking or installing a total of 13 car seats on Monday afternoon in an effort to raise awareness about car seat safety. Officer Tibbetts and Detective Sanborn are both certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians, available to assist parents and caregivers in making sure their children are riding safe! This event was sponsored by the Liberty Tree Mall, The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Safe Kids Worldwide. If you missed the event and would like to have your car seat checked, call the Danvers Police Department to make an appointment.
|The Danvers Department of Public Works has announced that roadway construction is ready to begin on Liberty St. in Danvers. These roadway improvements will involve partial lane closures and roadway closures at the culverts over the Porter River that may impact our boating community. A public meeting will be held to discuss the project on Thursday, September 18, 2014 at 7:00 PM at the Riverside School on Liberty St.|
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|Neighborhood Public Meeting:||Thursday, September 18, 2014 @ 7PM
Riverside Elementary School, Liberty St. Danvers
DANVERS — Police chief Neil F. Ouellette announces that the Danvers Police Department responded at 23:03 hours on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 to the Knight’s Inn at 225 Newbury St. for a report of a shooting.
Danvers Police responded to the scene and requested the assistance of the Massachusetts State Police and the North East Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council. The area was secured and made safe by the NEMLEC SWAT Team. A suspect was taken into custody and two adult male victims with gunshot wounds to their lower extremities were transported to Beverly Hospital by Lyons Ambulance for treatment for their injuries.
The suspect, Jonathan R. Alequin, age 27, of La Crosse, Wis. will be arraigned in Salem District Court on Thursday.
The investigation is continuing under the direction of Detective Sergeant Phillip Tansey, Danvers Police detectives with the assistance of the State Police, and Crime Scene Services.