There have been reports in neighboring Cities and Towns of people being scammed by suspects posing as Water and Sewer employees.Â They produce badges and Idâ€™s and state that they need to check the basement.Â The second suspect then goes […]
Pleasant St. will remain closed due to flooding on Tuesday March 16th through rush hour and possibly for the remainder of the night.
Remember to turn your clocks ahead tonight, March 13. This is also a good time to change the batteries in your smoke and CO detectors.
On 01/25/10 Officers responded to 600 Main St., the A&A Service Station for an Armed Robbery.Â Â The attendant stated three suspects followed him into the office and kept asking him if they could use the phone. The attendant stated that […]
â€œThere will be an Free H1N1 influenza vaccine clinic on January 20th from 4-8pm at the Watertown High School. Please note the entrance will be located on the Common St side of the High School. Bring your health insurace card […]
Chief Deveau would like to remind all residents that it is a violation of our town ordinances to shovel snow from personal driveways onto the roadways or sidewalks. Please find alternate locations for snow removal. Thank You
If you would like to view a map of crimes occurring in Watertown visit our map page. If you would like to view it on your iPhone, download the app here.
To Sign Up…. Visit the Town of Watertown web page at www.watertown-ma.gov Under the “Welcome Home…” column click on ‘Notify Me’ , when a new page opens click on Police (and any other town departments you’re interested in) then type […]
Chief Edward P. Deveau is pleased to announce that Officer Thomas Dicker recently received the “Shining Star” award from The Edinburg Center. Officer Dicker, a ten year veteran of the department, received this award at Edinburg’s annual recognition dinner on […]
Chief Edward P. Deveau is the 2009 recipient of the Theodore Mann Leadership Award