HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP) – The Holyoke Police Department announced a promotion and a new officer joining their force Wednesday.
During a swearing in ceremony held at the mayor’s office at City Hall, Lt. Isaias Cruz was promoted to Captain and Maylin Nieves was sworn in as Reserve Police Officer. The event was conducted by Mayor Murphy and City Clerk Brenna Murphy Mcgee.
Holyoke Crime News
- Police investigating multiple drive-by shootings in Holyoke; AK 47 rifle shell casings found
- Shot fired at Holyoke Police cruiser
- Holyoke Police investigating deadly shooting on Walnut Street
- Multiple people stabbed in Holyoke
- Business on Main Street in Holyoke broken into
- Holyoke Police investigating weekend drive-by shooting
- Vandals caught on camera slashing tires in Holyoke
- Holyoke Police investigating drive by shooting on Bowers Street
- Holyoke Police looking for bank robbery suspect
- Holyoke man held without the right to bail for allegedly assaulting driver
- Molotov cocktail and shots fired on Homestead Ave in Holyoke
- Holyoke traffic stop for fake plate leads to discovery of illegal firearm
- Springfield, Chicopee, Holyoke mayors announce task force to crackdown on illegal dirt bikes
- Suspicious vehicle report in Holyoke leads to arrest of shooting suspect, gun seized
The Holyoke Chief of Police is David Pratt. The police headquarters is located at 138 Appleton Street, for any non-emergency assistance call 413-322-6900. To text a tip anonymously for police to investigate, text the message “solve Holyoke,” then add your message, to the phone number 274637.