DEDHAM — Chief Michael d’Entremont reports that the Dedham Police Department is actively investigating an armed robbery and an attempted armed robbery that took place earlier this week.
Dedham Police Remind Residents to Lock Their Car Doors at Night During National Vehicle Theft Prevention Month
Chief Michael D’Entremont and the Dedham Police Department would like to remind residents to properly secure their vehicles to prevent break-ins and avoid being easy targets for thieves.
As summer begins and with school now out of session, Chief Michael D’Entremont would like to remind drivers to share the road and remain attentive while driving.
Chief Michael D’Entremont offers the following statement in regards to today’s news that a former Dedham police officer was convicted of accessory before the fact to the kidnapping of James Robertson, the Avon father kidnapped from his family home on New Year’s Day 2014 and found murdered in the woods of Upton, Mass., about two years later, according to Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey.
Superintendent Jeffrey Marsden is pleased to announce that he selected Holli Caulfield to be the new principal of the Wheelock School.
As CBD products become more readily available across Massachusetts, Police Chief Michael d’Entremont and Fire Chief William Spillane are urging Dedham residents to be cautious, research items before buying and remember that the drug’s legality at the federal level remains murky.
Chief Michael D’Entremont is pleased to announce that Officer James Lemanski was named the Dedham Police Department’s Officer of the Year for 2018.
Chief William Spillane is pleased to announce that the Dedham Fire Department will be hosting an open house next week as part of their programming for National Fire Prevention Week.
With temperatures expected to be in the 90s today in parts of the state, Chief Michael D’Entremont and the Dedham Police Department would like to offer residents some tips on how to stay safe in the hot weather.
With the approach of summer celebrations and the Fourth of July, Chief Michael D’Entremont and the Dedham Police Department remind residents that all use of fireworks in the state of Massachusetts are prohibited.