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Provide responsive, competent, and professional law enforcement service in partnership with our community.

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Pay your Parking/Pedestrian Ticket online, securely through PayPal.

NOTE: Failure to pay/appeal within five (5) business days will result in a penalty fee of $20 plus original fee. If you fail to pay the additional $20 you may be required to appear before the 2nd Circuit-District Court-Littleton and subject to a fine of up to $1,000 for violating the Town of Littleton’s traffic regulations ordinance.

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News Flash: Facebook

SCAM ALERT************************************************** A resident received this postcard in the mail. The resident called the number and was told he had to pay money so he was hesitant and hung up and called Walmart. Walmart told him that this is a scam. The resident brought this to us so we could alert the public. I then called the number and pretended to be the resident that received the card. The person on the other end had me verify the claim # on the card and then he asked if I was the person on the card. I advised I was. He then said I was eligible to receive up to $100 in gift cards from Walmart, Target and some other stores for being a valued customer and I was chosen because I gave them my information at some point. He said in order for me to get the gift cards I would have to pay $4.95 each to activate the cards. I asked why I should have to pay if I was chosen as a valued customer and he told me it was just a minor fee that they have to charge for activation. I told him I believed this to be a scam and he said it was not. I asked the name of the company he worked for and he told me "Marketing Solutions". I told him I was not interested in collecting my "gift" and he hung up. Please make your friends and family members aware of this.

8:18pm on Tuesday 28th July 2015

PRESS RELEASE PER AUTHORITY OF CHIEF PAUL SMITH – LITTLETON POLICE DEPARTMENT LIEUTENANT JAMES KNEELAND – NH FISH & GAME DEPARTMENT Incident: Body Recovered from Connecticut River Location: Pine Island Picnic Area, Connecticut River, Littleton Date: July 26th, 2015 On July 26th, 2015, at approximately 1:01 PM, Divers from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Dive Team recovered a body from the Connecticut River in Littleton, NH. The location of the recovery was made in an area referred to as the Pine Island Picnic Area, Connecticut River, located off of Route 135. The body has been identified as Scott B. Way, age 24 of St. Johnsbury, VT. Mr. Way was reported missing by family on July 25th, 2015. Police Officers with the Littleton Police Department and Conservation Officers with the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department interviewed all parties who last had contact with Mr. Way and were able to determine that Mr. Way was last seen in the water at the Pine Island Picnic Area, Connecticut River, in the early morning hours of July 25th. On the evening of July 25th, a New Hampshire Fish and Game Canine Team and Littleton Police Officers searched the shoreline around the Pine Island Picnic Area and used a patrol boat to search the water. On the morning of July 26th, the search for Mr. Way resumed as two canine teams from New England K-9 Search & Rescue searched the waterbody and islands. Ultimately, Divers were put in the water and the recovery was made.

6:05pm on Tuesday 28th July 2015

The administrative office will close at 4 pm on Monday, July 13th & Tuesday, July 14th. Officers are on duty 24 hours a day so if you need to speak with someone call dispatch at 444-2422. They will have an officer return your call as soon as they are available.

6:56pm on Monday 13th July 2015

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