The Watertown Police Department wishes Officers Patricia Grady her sister Sheila Grady-Duguay the best of luck as they participate in this year’s Boston Marathon. This will be Patricia’s 5th run and Sheila’s first.
Pleasant St. will remain closed due to flooding on Tuesday March 16th through rush hour and possibly for the remainder of the night.
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 they could use his I PHONE, but he had to charge it in his vehicle.Â […]
Effective Octover 1, 2009, due to staffing shortages, the Watertown Police Department will no longer offer Child Safety Seat installations and inspections.
The Watertown Police Department will be offering a RAD class beginning September 23, 2009. Click here for more details.
Officer George Hoffman attended his last roll call this morning. He was hired on May 5, 1969 and served as a K9 officer and motorcycle officer during his tenure.
On Tuesday June 2, 2009, at 1108 hours, police responded to 990 Belmont St. on a report of a possible attempted abduction. The caller was a third party caller. The initial call was that a male in the area of the Watertown High School attempted to coerce a female student into his vehicle. Because of […]
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Please take the time to read this warning from Middlesex District Attorney Gerald Leone.
The U.S. Department of Justice has recently announced and detailed funding under the Recovery Act. The Watertown Police Department has been allocated a grant in the amount of $27,540. The stated purposes of the Recovery Act are to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery. One of the requirements under this grant is that […]