The Watertown Police Department is offering R.A.D. Systems defense classes for women. The class meets two nights a week over a two-week period from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., April 28, 29 and 30, and May 5, at the Tufts Health Building, 705 Mount Auburn St. Students interested in taking this course must commit to attending […]
Chief Edward P. Deveau has accepted the retirement of Lieutenant Robert J. McElroy. In his letter notifying the Chief of his pending retirement Lt. McElroy stated “It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the people of Watertown as a member of the Watertown Police Dept. I will be forever grateful for having […]
On his way home from work on Tuesday April 15, 2008 Sergeant Joseph Deignan observed two males struggling with a heavy object on the DCR bike path near the Hartz-Mason building.Â He stopped and identified himself and questioned these men and requested additional assistance for other police units. As a result of his investigation along […]
The Thursday night 5K Fun Run returns beginning May 8, 2008. Meet at the dock in Watertown Square, the run begins promptly at 7PM. For further information check the web page.
The annual Charles River Clean Up Day is scheduled for Saturday April 26, 2008. Charles River Clean Up Day
Watertown Police Officers will suspend enforcement of Traffic Rules and Orders Article V section 5 “No All Night Parking” on April 1, 2008. Article V section 5 states “No person shall allow, permit or suffer any vehicle registered in his/her name, other than one acting in an emergency, to be parked on any street for […]
Officers Mark Leitner and Keith Parent assisted in the delivery of a baby on March 12, 2008. Follow this link to the You Tube video and this link to the story in the local newspaper.
A level 3 sex offender has registered in Watertown as of February 27, 2008. Joseph Shippie
As of Sunday 02/24/2008 at about 1600 hours/4PM the traffic signal lights in Watertown Square are repaired and working properly.
A motor vehicle accident occured in Watertown Sq. early Sunday morning 02/24/2008 that knocked out the working signal lights in Watertown Sq. The signal lights will be on flash and police will be monitoring the intersection. Delays are expected and motorists should make plans accordingly.