EAST BRIDGEWATER — Police Chief Scott Allen and Fire Chief Timothy Harhen would like to remind residents that they should call National Grid at 800-465-1212 to report power outages in their home or neighborhood, as heavy winds are expected throughout East Bridgewater for several hours Friday evening.
East Bridgewater Police Arrest and Charge Man with Multiple Drug Offenses Following Undercover Operation
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Scott Allen reports that the East Bridgewater Police Department arrested and charged a man with multiple drug offenses after he was arrested earlier this week.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Scott Allen announces that he will be retiring in February after a 25-year career in law enforcement.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Scott Allen is pleased to announce that the East Bridgewater Police Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time Administrative Specialist position.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Chief Scott Allen is pleased to announce that Alexizz Xavier was sworn in as the town’s new Animal Control Officer last month.
East Bridgewater Police Department Encourages Residents to Participate in East Bridgewater Census, 2020 U.S. Census
Chief Scott Allen would like to encourage all East Bridgewater residents to participate in both the East Bridgewater Annual Street Listing (Census) and the upcoming 2020 U.S. Census.
Chief Scott Allen is pleased to announce that the East Bridgewater Police Department has donated $1,850 to Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital program dedicated to helping veterans and their families, through its No Shave initiative.
Chief Scott Allen reports that a woman was issued a summons to appear in court following a hit-and-run incident in East Bridgewater earlier this week involving two juveniles and two horses.
Chief Scott Allen reports that the East Bridgewater Police Department responded to a hit and run incident involving juveniles riding horses this evening.
Cease and Desist Order Served to East Bridgewater Business for Allegedly Selling Vaping Products in Defiance of Governor Baker’s Moratorium
Chief Scott Allen reports that the East Bridgewater Police Department assisted the East Bridgewater Board of Health in serving a cease and desist order to a local business after they were found to be allegedly selling vaping products during the statewide ban.