Over this past weekend 5 unlocked vehicles were broken into and property was taken from some of them. These incidents occured in the West End of Town, on Elmwood, Harrington, Warren and Carroll. Please make sure you lock your vehicle to prevent these type of crimes.
The Watertown Police Department has concluded the investigation in regards to the incident between the two scorekeepers during the Watertown High and Lexington High basketball game on Monday 2/2/09. The WPD was able to obtain a video of the incident. The video shows an argument between the two scorekeepers. The Watertown scorekeeper then removes a […]
Cross Street is closed from Main Street to Pleasant Street. Due to road construction.
Coolidge Hill Rd. at Grove St. closed for road construction.
There will be delays on Summer St. between Church St. and Mt. Auburn St. due toÂ ongoing road construction. 8:00am to 4:00pm.Â
Detectives are investigating several recent motor vehicle break ins. Thieves are targeting unlocked vehicles during the overnight hours. GPS units are the most popular item for them to steal, along with loose change and any other readily available items of value in the passenger compartment. The Police Department is urging all residents to lock their […]
Lt. Hanrahan graduated from law school in May of 2008 and sat for the two-day bar examination in July. In December Lt. Hanrahan was sworn in as an attorney at The Great Hall in Fanuel Hall. Lt. Hanrahan has been with the Watertown Police Department since July of 1997 and represents the many hardworking and […]
Chief Edward P. Deveau reports that our officers are in position on Constitution Avenue by the Washington Monument. It is great to know Officers Richard Munger, Kevin McManus and Mark Leitner are part of a 85 man team protecting our new president. Yesterday they were sworn in as US Marshalls and are working today under […]
A Snow Emergency will be in effect in Watertown at 6:00 PM on Sunday, January 18, 2009 – Residents are reminded that motor vehicles parked on public roadways are subject to being towed during the duration of the Snow Emergnecy
Officers Richard Munger, Mark Leitner and Kevin McManus will be traveling to Washington DC this Sunday through Wednesday. They will part of an 85 officer NEMLEC Regional Response TeamÂ working under the direction of the District of Columbia Police Department. They will be assigned to various security deploymentsÂ thoughout the city during the Presidential Inauguration.