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FRIENDLY REMINDER*** The Winter Parking Ban goes into effect November 1 through April 15th from 12am - 6am on all streets. If your vehicle is found to be on the street you could be subject to a $25 parking violation as well as your vehicle being towed at your own expense. Please take note of the dates and times.

5:04pm on Friday 9th October 2015

Its that time of year again! Time for the Littleton Police Departments Annual Halloween Festival combined with Littletons Annual Harvest Festival! We are looking for student volunteers to help after school on 10/23 with scooping pumpkins as well as 10/24 to help with decorating, face painting, manning bouncy houses etc. They can sign up with Connie Ward at the High School to earn community service hours. The Halloween Festival is Saturday October 24th from 10am - 2pm at Littleton High School. There will be a pumpkin carving contest, bouncy houses, face painting and special guest Bobo the Clown! Refreshments will be offered. This is an event for preschool through 6th grade students. Pumpkins are donated and are given on a first come first serve basis. We ask that you bring a scooped out pumpkin if you can to ensure that there will be enough to go around. Hope to see you there!

5:42pm on Thursday 8th October 2015

PRESS RELEASE LITTLETON POLICE DEPARTMENT PER AUTHORITY OF CHIEF PAUL SMITH Update: Circle K Armed Robbery (October 4, 2015) After reviewing evidence collected from the crime scene and information obtained during the investigation, Littleton Police Department investigators were able to identify a suspect who they believe committed the crime. On October 6, 2015, at approximately 1:40 PM, members of the Littleton Police arrested Eric Briggs Jr, 25 years of age and currently homeless, for felony armed robbery at the Circle K convenience store. The arrest occurred without incident and Briggs was subsequently processed. Briggs declined bail and was transported to the Grafton County House of Corrections where he is awaiting an arraignment. Chief Smith stated, "Based on the information obtained during this investigation, it is clear that this armed robbery was a direct result of heroin use.”

2:42pm on Wednesday 7th October 2015

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