EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Paul O’Brien reports that the East Bridgewater Police Department’s proactive traffic enforcement efforts have led to multiple arrests recently.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Paul O’Brien is pleased to announce that the East Bridgewater Police Department has been awarded a grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security’s Office of Grants and Research (OGR) to increase the number of impaired driving patrols during the holiday season as part of the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” enforcement campaign.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Paul O’Brien is pleased to announce that the East Bridgewater Police Department promoted three of its officers recently.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — In preparation for this evening’s potentially significant snowfall, Director John B. Haines and the East Bridgewater Department of Public Works remind residents to follow the advice of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and their “Don’t Crowd the Plow” campaign.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Police Chief Paul O’Brien and Fire Chief Timothy Harhen recommend that East Bridgewater residents take the necessary safety precautions to prepare themselves for hazardous weather as temperatures continue to drop and the region prepares for the first potential major winter storm of the season.
East Bridgewater Police Department Participates in Massachusetts Military Support Foundation’s ‘Coats4Vets Buckets’
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Paul O’Brien is pleased to announce that the East Bridgewater Police Department participated in the Massachusetts Military Support Foundation’s (MMSF) “Coats4Vets Buckets” event Tuesday, Dec. 8.
BRIDGEWATER — Chief Christopher D. Delmonte reports that the Bridgewater Police Department arrested a man in the woods after he allegedly stole auto parts from a business.
East Bridgewater Police and Fire Departments Respond to Single Vehicle Rollover Crash Wednesday Afternoon
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Police Chief Paul O’Brien and Fire Chief Timothy Harhen report that the East Bridgewater Police and Fire Departments responded to a motor vehicle crash this afternoon.
Plymouth County Outreach Receives $1.2 Million Federal Grant to Support Operations for Next Three Years
PLYMOUTH — The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County are pleased to announce that Plymouth County Outreach (PCO) has been awarded a Comprehensive Opioid, Stimulant, and Substance Abuse Site-based Program grant that will fund PCO for the next three years, through September 2023.
PLYMOUTH — Andie Brennan was 36 years old when she first started using heroin. Recently divorced and “lacking structure” in her life, she would experience several ups and downs over the next eight years, although at times there were far more down moments than she wanted to admit. It wasn’t long after she started using when she had her first overdose.