Police Department Bicycle
bike auction will be held on
Saturday, July 11th, 2015 at
10am at the MPD garage.
The garage entrance is located
on Exchange Street. Please
arrive close to 10am as we will
not be opening doors until 10am.
Parking is available on Pleasant
Street, and the LAZ parking
garage on Jackson Street.
Please do not
park behind the station on
Exchange Street. These
spaces are reserved for
emergency vehicles only.
Police Department Junior Police
The 2015 Junior Police Academy
(JPA) will be held from Monday,
July 13th to Friday,
July 17th, 2015.The hours of operation
will be 9am-3pm daily.This program is open for
City of Malden students entering
Grades 5 through 8. A limited
number of Cadets will be
accepted for this week-long
JPA will feature a variety of
training situations in which
Cadets will be required to
participate. The JPA will
include, but is not limited to
classroom training, police
tactics and physical fitness
training as well as travel days
to special events and more.
Cadets will be responsible for
bringing their own bagged lunch
daily. Please see the attached
Application for more information
regarding this program. Any
questions can be directed to
School Resource Officer Gustavo
Kruschewsky or Detective Renee
Malden Police Department is
applying for the 2015 Justice
Assistance Grant for the amount
of approximately $20,000.00.
These funds will be used for
directed overtime patrols as
well as Hot-Spot patrols in and
around designated areas within
the city. Any citizen
wishing to comment is asked to
contact Detective Lieuntenant
Marc Gatcomb at 781-397-7181.
To Prevent Motor Vehicle Breaks 04/06/2015
be aware of ways to prevent
Motor Vehicle breaks ins.
These include locking the doors
of your vehicle and removing all
valuables from sight.
Locking your doors, even if your
motor vehcile is parked in your
driveway, and not leaving any
valuables visible in the
vehicle, are the top deterrents
information, please click on the
below link from CNN.
The Malden Police Department is
actively investigating an
incident that reportedly
occurred on September 2nd
at approximately 7:00 A.M., on
the bike path near the Cross
Street intersection. The
incident involved a high school
aged female student being
sexually accosted by a male
suspect on a bicycle. The
suspect is described as a black
male, late teens to early
twenties, wearing a striped
T-Shirt and a backpack or
sling-bag. The bicycle is
described as an older model ten
speed, dark in color with curved
handlebars. The male was also
wearing head phones. Anyone
having any information, or who
may have been on the bike path
at the time of this incident is
asked to contact Malden Police
Detectives at 781-397-7181 who
are actively investigating the
matter. A photo image was
obtained from surveillance
cameras in the area. The Malden
Police are asking for the
public’s help and cooperation in
identifying the suspect in this
incident. The public is also
reminded to be attentive while
using the bike path and to
report any suspicious activity.
Regular directed police patrols
have been conducted and
increased police presence has
been provided along the bike
Malden Officers Receive Hanna
Four Malden Police Officers were
recently awarded the Trooper George L. Hanna
Memorial Award by Governor
Patrick for their actions in the
aftermath of a Saugus bank robbery and pursuit of
several suspects into Malden on March 23, 2012.
During a ceremony
at the State House, Sergeant Richard Correale,
Officer John Delaney, and Officer Robert Selfridge
the Medal of Valor and Detective Michael Casaletto
received the Medal of Honor. The George L.
Hanna Memorial Award for
Bravery is named after Trooper George L. Hanna who
lost his life serving the Commonwealth on
February 26, 1983. Trooper Hanna served nearly
10 years with the Massachusetts State Police.
The Hanna Awards publicly
recognize the bravery of members of law enforcement
who put their lives on the
line to ensure the safety
of the community.
Malden PD Arrests pair in Residential Housebreak
Malden Police responded to a
residence in the Elwell St area
early Monday afternoon. Upon
arrival the homeowner stated she
was at home and was confronted
by an unknown female inside the
residence. The female fled with
an awaiting male accomplice.
Several patrol units converged
and subsequently arrested the
pair after an investigation.
Marie Breault, age 34, of 500
Broadway Ave Malden and Douglas
Bergeron, age 32, homeless, were
charged with Breaking and
Entering in the daytime, placing
a person in fear. In addition
Bergeron was charged with
receiving stolen property as he
had in his pocket, the
homeowner’s wallet. Bergeron
was additionally charged with a
Chelsea Court warrant from an
incident that occurred while
riding in an MBTA bus.
Both were arraigned at Malden
District court and were given
future court dates.
Malden Officers to be Honored in
Two Malden PD officers have been
nominated for the national Top Cop award by the
National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO).
Detective Sergeant Richard Correale and Detective
Michael Casaletto will be honored for their actions
during a violent confrontation and shooting incident
with a bank robbery suspect that occurred in March
of 2012. The officers will be honored at a
ceremony in Washington DC on May 12th which falls
during National Police Week.
Malden Drug Trafficking
Several men were arrested and charged today for operating a Malden-based drug trafficking operation, possessing illegal firearms, including an assault weapon, and distributing marijuana with a street value of more than $1 million, Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone and Malden Police Acting Chief Doug Perrigo informed the public today.
The arrests today were a result of an investigation into a drug organization that trafficked more than 400 pounds of marijuana into Malden from Northern California.
Early this morning nine search warrants were executed at addresses associated with the organization and officials today arrested and charged the following defendants. The defendants were arraigned today before Judge Matthew Machera in Malden District Court.
Dat Tran, 23, of Malden was charged with possession of ammunition as an Armed Career Criminal, drug trafficking over 100 pounds of marijuana, and conspiracy to traffic over 100 pounds of marijuana. Tran was held on $100,000 cash bail.
Reginald Miller, 20 of Malden was arrested Saturday on charges of breaking and entering daytime for a felony and will face additional charges of being an Armed Career Criminal, trafficking marijuana over 100 pounds, conspiracy to traffic over 100 pounds of marijuana, possession of a large capacity weapon, possession of a firearm during the commission of felony, possession of ammunition, and wanton destruction property. Miller was held without bail on the breaking and entering charges.
Daniel Knight, 23, of Malden was charged with possession of firearm as an Armed Career Criminal, possession of ammunition, possession with intent to distribute a class B drug (oxycodone) subsequent offense, possession of a firearm for a felony. He was held on $100,000 cash bail.
Terrell Rollin-Sutton, 20, of Malden was charged with possession of a large capacity weapon, possession a large capacity magazine, breaking and entering in the daytime with intent to commit felony, conspiracy for breaking and entering, and wanton destruction of property. He was held on $50,000 cash bail.
Joshua Joyner, 21, of Malden was charged with trafficking marijuana over 100 pounds and conspiracy to traffic marijuana over 100 pounds. He was held on $25,000 cash bail.
Brendan Joyner, 20, of Malden was charged with possession of firearm with a defaced serial number, possession of ammunition, and possession of a class B drug. He was held on $20,000.
Deandre West, 21, of Malden was charged with breaking and entering daytime for a felony, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, and wanton destruction of property. He was held on $5,000 cash bail.
The next court date for Tran, Knight, Rollin-Sutton, Joshua Joyner is April 24 for a probable cause hearing. West and Brendan Joyner next court date is April 24 for a pre-trial conference. Miller’s next court date is April 11 for a probation hearing.
“This is a cash and carry, gun-toting illegal cross-country drug operation that seriously compromised safety in the city of Malden,” District Attorney Leone said. “I commend the collaborative work of many agencies that led to the arrests today, especially the Malden Police and Massachusetts State Police for this months-long investigation, including a wiretap, that has removed illegal guns and drugs from the streets of Malden.”
In October 2012 State Police Detectives assigned to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office, working with Malden Police and the United States Postal Inspectors, launched an investigation into the Maplewood Organization, a Malden-based group allegedly involved in interstate drug trafficking.
On Oct. 27, 2012, police intercepted a package for the organization that contained more than 12 pounds of high grade marijuana that had been carefully packaged and sealed into one pound packages for distribution. Police identified 50 such packages on route to the Maplewood organization.
In total, the organization is alleged to have trafficked at least 400 pounds of marijuana, with a street value of more than $1 million.
On March 23, 2013, Postal Inspectors seized another shipment of marijuana on route to the Maplewood Operation. Defendant Reginald Miller who was the alleged recipient of the drugs allegedly broke into his neighbor’s home, believing the drugs had been stolen. He was subsequently arrested and charged with breaking and entering.
Today, police executed several search warrants and arrested the six other individuals in connection to this drug trafficking operation.
During these searches of seven locations today in Malden police recovered:
A 9 mm tek-nine assault weapon
.44 Magnum revolver
.22 caliber semi-automatic pistol
.40 caliber Glock semi-automatic pistol
.45 caliber semi-automatic pistol
Kel-Tec semi-automatic pistol
Large quantities of ammunition
Illegal large capacity magazines
Several bags of Marijuana
Drug packaging materials and digital scales
Bullet proof vest
None of the defendants is licensed to carry a firearm.
These charges are allegations and the defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
The case is being investigated by State Police, US Postal Inspectors, Malden Police and the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office. The following agencies assisted in the investigation: Saugus Police, Lynn Police, Homeland Security Investigators, Essex District Attorney’s Office, MBTA Transit police, and State Police Gang Unit.
The case is being prosecuted by Assistant District Attorneys David Solet and Stephen Gilpatric.
Malden Police Officers join others in visiting
Detective J.P. Kelley and Officer Scott Carroll
traveled to Virginia with over 250
Police Officers, Firefighters, and EMTs, from across
New England and beyond, for the Christmas Wish Visit
of 5 year old Nathan Norman. Nathan is fighting
cancer and you can read more about this remarkable
and brave little boy by clicking on the links below.
While in formation Nathan's father said a prayer for
all Police Officers for all we do, which was very
much appreciated. Happy Holidays to all and thanks
to all the departments for all their support for
this special boy and his family.
The Malden Police Department has
recently incorporated the innovative use of YouTube
videos in an effort to resolve criminal cases.
YouTube is a very simple and cost effective way to
broadcast video to the public asking for assistance in
identifying individuals to crack unresolved offenses.
Recently, security cameras have been installed
throughout Malden in an effort to both deter crime and
to catch perpetrators. Video from the cameras is now
being uploaded to the Police Department’s YouTube
channel with a description of the person being sought
along with a number to call. Tips may also be logged in
at the Police Department website at
and can be anonymous if the caller prefers. Residents
can also follow along on Twitter to receive updates of
when new videos are uploaded.
“Traditionally we have only used newspapers and
television news outlets to request the public’s
assistance in solving crimes. By using the Internet,
especially social media sites like YouTube, we are able
to access a larger, more diverse population and provide
them with a continuous opportunity to view crime video
that they may have otherwise missed from traditional
news outlets,” said Detective Pete Mitchell.
Mayor Gary Christenson is thrilled with the recognition
Malden is receiving as it has been his priority to
communicate with residents in every way possible --
through the City website, FaceBook, Flickr, online
forums and YouTube. “Catching criminals by posting them
in the act on YouTube, a medium used by many, is an
ingenious idea,” said Mayor Christenson. “I look forward
to our office continuing to collaborate with Chief
Holland and the Malden Police Department in using Social
Media in other ways to address public safety.”
Energy is a company who has registered with the city
informing they will be in various residential areas
going door to door offering energy audits. The
company registers daily with the Police department,
and employees should have identification clearly
visible on their person. If you have any questions
or concerns feel free to contact Malden Police @
Online Crime Alerting &
The Malden Police Department and
BAIR Analytics Inc. recently partnered to provide a
new way for the public to stay informed about crime
in Malden. The Malden Police Department now has an
online crime map called RAIDS Online
(www.raidsonline.com) that maps and analyzes
crime data, alerts Malden citizens about crimes in
their area, and allows the Malden Police Department
to quickly alert the public about crimes as they
citizens can view a map and grid with all of the
crimes in their area, sign up for neighborhood watch
reports that automatically email a breakdown of
recent crime activity, and submit an anonymous tip
about a crime directly to their law enforcement
agency. RAIDS Online automatically syncs with the
Malden Police Department’s records system to keep
crime information updated online and in the mobile
app. RAIDS Online cleans and geocodes the crime
data, then displays all of the incidents on a map,
grid and analytics dashboard along with some basic
information about the incidents, including the type
of crime, location type, block-level address, date
Police Department’s participation in RAIDS Online
highlights their commitment to proactive
communication with the public they serve,” said Sean
Bair, founder of BAIR Analytics, “We’re excited to
partner with the Malden Police Department to provide
this free service for their public.”
agencies can spend thousands of dollars annually
through other crime mapping providers. BAIR
Analytics offers RAIDS Online and the RAIDS Online
Mobile app as a free service to any law enforcement
agency that wishes to participate. RAIDS Online is
ad-free and BAIR Analytics does not sell the data to
third party vendors, thus the agency remains in
complete control over their data. “We wanted to do
something to help law enforcement in these tough
economic times. We consider this a basic service
that we are more than happy to provide to the public
and our law enforcement friends,” said Bair, a
former police officer and analyst.
using the best technology available to provide
important information to our constituents and at no
cost to our taxpayers. This is yet another example
of our commitment to technology and government
transparency," said Mayor Gary Christenson
Mobile empowers citizens to better understand crime
trends and lower crime in their area. Recent crime
incidents are displayed on a map or listed in a
grid. Users can click on an incident for more
information or display a hotspot map based on the
crimes that are currently in display. Users can also
sign up for neighborhood watch reports that
automatically email any recent crime activity on a
daily, weekly or monthly schedule. The app makes all
of this information accessible anywhere from a
user’s mobile device. The RAIDS Online Mobile app is
available for FREE on the App Store.
The Malden Police Department is
requesting assistance from the public in reporting
any suspicious activity, especially in residential
neighborhoods. Due to an uptick in house
breaks we are asking residents to be extra vigilant
in observing people hanging around neighborhoods
either walking on foot or in vehicles circling the
area. Often times, suspects will work in
tandem with a lookout person and/or a getaway
vehicle. If your safety is not in jeopardy, a
detailed description of the person or vehicle would
be most helpful.
Please dial 9-1-1 if you
observe anything unusual.
To provide information concerning activity that
is not on-going, contact Malden Police
Detectives at 781-397-7181 or
send an anonymous tip
You can also follow us on Twitter
MyPD App for the
iPhone and Android
Police Department Phone App for the iPhone and
Police Department is pleased to announce the
availability of a new Police iPhone and Android
application for its citizens. The app named "My
Police Department" or "MyPD" is available now for
free in the iTunes and Android marketplace.
This app includes features for checking on the
latest news, social media postings, directions,
department contacts, submitting feedback &
questions, department surveys, submitting crime
tips, and more. The app is available to the public
free of charge is also free of any advertisements or
proud to be an early adopter of this technology and
provide it to our citizens” said Chief Holland.
The app has
the ability to change state and city from the main
app page, so app users can also view other police
departments on the app by choosing the correct state
and city. The app defaults to the last city viewed
upon opening, this makes it easy to always open the
app to the City of Malden Police Department.
“This is yet
another sign that our city is moving forward and
embracing technology” noted Mayor Gary Christenson.
that the citizens of Malden download and use the app
to communicate with the department” said Chief
Holland. “There are many topics for tips and
questions already built into the app to make things
easy for the user. Often times citizens know what
they need or want information about but are unsure
who to direct the question or comment to. The app’s
questions and feedback feature allows the user to
choose a topic from the dropdown menu that best
suits them. We have the ability to add more topics
at any time and will continue to add topics in the
future to give our public as many options as
All of the forms can be sent anonymously to the
department, though we encourage an email address or
phone number if you would like a response. Users
also have the availability to upload photos and GPS
information with the app forms. (For example parking
issue, or graffiti complaint)
As is the case with our other emails, tip sites, and
social media, this app is not for any type of
emergency situation. The Malden Police attempt to
review all messages in a timely fashion but do not
always actively monitor all messages and activity at
all times. Corporate America is using apps to
provide their customers with better service and
accessibility. Progressive police departments are
adopting the MyPD app for the same reasons. Police
departments strive to provide their citizens with
convenient ways to reach the department and receive
the information they are looking for. This app
allows the department to reach a majority of smart
phone users with a unique iPhone & Android
More information can be found on our website at
Maldenpd.com and the MyPD app website
Missing Child ID App 11/30/2011
The FBI has created a free mobile application that can be downloaded by parents and utilized in the event their child goes missing. The application is currently only available for use with the I-Phone, but the FBI plans on expanding the use of the application for other types of phones in the near future. Read more about the application below and go to the App Store on iTunes to download it for free.
MPD Launches Anonymous Tip Program 1/12/2010
The Malden Police Department is launching tip411, an internet based tool that enables the public to
text message an anonymous tip to police, and lets the police respond back creating a two way
anonymous “chat”. Reserved exclusively for Public Safety purposes and powered by CitizenObserver, a St. Paul MN
company, tip411 puts a powerful new crime fighting tool into the hands of our community for all ages
“We’re proud to be part of a national program that agencies in over 27 States are currently launching.
This new capability will help our citizens play an active role in keeping neighborhoods safer, it will
engage younger folks in the process, and it will save our agency time and resources. “
Anyone with a cell phone can now send an anonymous tip to the Malden Police by texting
the word MALDEN and the tip information to 847411 (tip411).
Anonymous web tips can also be submitted right from this website by following this link.
It's 100% anonymous. CitizenObserver’s technology removes all identifying information before the
Police Department receives it so there’s no way to identify the sender.
Use tip411 primarily for non-emergency tips. Texting to tip411 is NOT an alternative to dialing 9-1-1. In an emergency, call 9-1-1.
"Code Red" Telephone Emergency Notification Service 3/5/2009
The City of Malden has implemented the "CodeRED" high-speed telephone emergency notification system. The CodeRED system gives us the ability to deliver pre-recorded emergency telephone notification/information messages to targeted areas or the entire city at a rate of up to 60,000 calls per hour. The system will only be used for emergency purposes. Examples of when the Code Red system may be utilized include: missing children, fires, power outages, chemical spills, and evacuation notices. This system is only as good as the telephone database supporting it. If your phone number is not in the database, you will not be called.
To ensure no one is omitted, we urge all individuals and businesses to log onto the Malden Police Departments website, www.maldenpd.com and follow the link to the "CodeRED Residential and Business Data Collection" page. Those without Internet access may send a letter to David Urban, Malden Police Department, 200 Pleasant Street, Malden, MA. 02148, to submit their information. Required information includes first and last name, street address (physical address, no P.O. boxes), city, state, zip code, and primary phone number, additional phone numbers (optional).
No one should automatically assume his or her phone number is included. All businesses should register, as well as all individuals who have unlisted phone numbers, who have changed their phone number or address within the last year, and who use a cellular phone as their primary home phone.
The CodeRED system is a geographical based notification system, which means street addresses are needed to select which phone numbers will receive emergency notification calls in any given situation. The system works fine for cell phones too, but a street address is required. People who have recently moved but kept the same listed or unlisted phone number also need to change their address in the database.
Sign up to receive free Amber Alerts on your cellular phone. When a child is abducted and an Amber Alert is broadcast in your area, you can be notified by text message. Visit www.wirelessamberalerts.org for more information and to sign-up. This initiative is sponsored by the Department of Justice and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
The Malden Police Department disclaims
all responsibility for accuracy and completeness, or
errors and omissions of the information contained
herein. Although the Department tries to assure the
accuracy of all information presented, you should
confirm all information before making any decisions
based on it.