While on patrol Officer Kenneth Delaney observed a broken bay window at the Belmont Auto Clinic on October 26, 2008 at approximately midnight. Officers Brown and Dinjian along with Sergeant Jeffrey Pugliese responded to assist Officer Delaney. The owner of the clinic was called to the scene to verify any missing property. Using the owner’s […]
Monthly Archives: October 2008
The Watertown Police Department is proud to welcome new Officers Kenneth C. Dinjian Jr., Emily A. Doss, John K. Watts and Michael C. D’Amico. They graduated the Lowell Police Academy on October 23, 2008 and were sworn in on October 24, 2008. More information is on our website. Â
Pleasant Street will have travel delays from Bridge St. to the Waltham line due to road construction on Friday, October 24th
The Watertown Police Department will be holding a three week program for graduates of the Watertown Police Citizen Police Academy. Topics will include updates on the new police station, current programs and crime trends. We also plan to continue presentations on crime scene evidence, patrol support initiatives and much more. Please RSVP to Judith Patenaude […]
On Tuesday, October 21th, Pleasant Street will have travel delays due to Road Construction from Bridge Street to the Waltham line.
The traffic lights are now functioning in Watertown Square. An overhead MBTA power line had come loose and was hanging low. This disabled power for the electric buses causing two of them to become stuck in the middle of the intersection. The traffic lights were placed in flash mode while an MBTA work crew re-attached […]
Due to an accident the traffic lights are currently not functioning in Watertown Square. This will have a major impact on traffic in the area, please seek alternate routes until further notice.
L&L Concrete Forms starting stripping the forms from the first foundation walls placed on Friday. View more pictures at our website.
On Monday, October 20th, Pleasant Street will have travel delays due to Road Construction from Bridge Street to the Waltham line.
L&L Concrete began placing the first concrete foundation walls of the new station today. More pictures are available on our website.