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.
Thursday night 01/07/2009:freezing temperatures are causing icy road surfaces and hazardous driving conditions.Â Motor vehicle operators are advised to use extreme caution until thawing and DPWÂ road treatment improves the situation.Â
A shooting, that occurred in Belmont, was initially reported at the Watertown Police Station around noon on Tuesday December 16, 2008.Â Four individuals came into the Police Station lobby and reported their vehicle had been shot at several times in Belmont. Shortly after a police radio broadcast of the description ofÂ a vehicle wanted in connection with […]
The Whooley Foundation is a non-profit organization that was founded in the memory of John â€œSonnyâ€ Whooley a Watertown Police Officer, resident, father and husband. He loved the community and served it for over thirty years as a Watertown Police Sergeant. He always had a special place in his heart for those less fortunate than […]
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Human Resources Division has posted information regarding the next Police Officer entrance exam. For more information click here.
MEDFORD – Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone is warning all residents, especially seniors, of a telephone scam that is occurring in many communities. Â The foreign lottery scam recently targeted one Medford man and one Cambridge man, who both lost thousands of dollars each. Â The lottery scam is conducted by a third party who […]
Spring Street will be closed from Summer St. to Palfrey St. on Monday, November 24, 2008 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM., due to Road Construction.
Officer Rick Munger brought cruiser 466 to “Touch the Trucks” day sponsored by the Watertown Family Network. Â Â Â
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 […]
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