DIGHTON — Dighton Police Chief Robert MacDonald and Rehoboth Police Chief James Trombetta, in conjunction with Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District Superintendent Anthony Azar, report that the Dighton and Rehoboth Police Departments are jointly investigating after threatening graffiti and live bullets were found in a bathroom at Dighton-Rehoboth Regional High School.
Dighton Police and Fire Departments Conduct Mock OUI Fatality Crash For Dighton-Rehoboth Students to Coincide with Prom Safety
DIGHTON — Police Chief Robert MacDonald and Fire Chief Christopher Maguy announce that the Dighton Police and Fire Departments conducted a simulation of a fatal drunk driving motor vehicle crash in front of an audience of Dighton-Rehoboth juniors and seniors earlier today.
DIGHTON – Chief Robert MacDonald and the Dighton Police Department would like to recognize the valuable role of Animal Control Officer Stacy Ferry within the Dighton community.
DIGHTON – Chief Robert MacDonald is pleased to announce that the newest member of the Dighton Police Department has graduated from the MPTC Plymouth Police Academy.
DIGHTON – With the holiday season fast approaching and more people shopping for gifts, Chief Robert MacDonald and the Dighton Police Department would like to provide tips to prevent theft for residents expecting package deliveries in the coming weeks.
DIGHTON – Chief Robert MacDonald, on behalf of the Dighton Police Department, would like to congratulate Julia Horton following her appointment as the department’s newest full-time officer.
DIGHTON — Police Chief Robert MacDonald and Fire Chief Christopher Maguy are pleased to announce that the Dighton Police and Fire Departments have partnered together once again to host a toy drive to collect gifts for Dighton families in need this holiday season.
DIGHTON — Town Administrator Michael Mullen, Police Chief Robert MacDonald, Fire Chief Christopher Maguy and Highway Superintendent Thomas Ferry report that town officials, employees and emergency personnel are actively responding to calls for service during the Nor’easter storm.
DIGHTON — Police Chief Robert MacDonald and Fire Chief Christopher Maguy would like to share guidance and safety tips as Halloween approaches to help residents and trick-or-treaters celebrate safely this season.
DIGHTON – As part of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, recognized each October, Chief Robert MacDonald and the Dighton Police Department wish to share warning signs, resources and services for those who may be experiencing domestic violence.