Georgetown Fire Department Fred A. Mitchell Jr., Fire Chief 47 Central Street Georgetown, MA 01833 For Immediate Release Friday, March 4, 2016 Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Georgetown Call Firefighter Hired Full Time at Cambridge Fire Department GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred Mitchell Jr. announces that Call Firefighter Cam Moyer has been hired as a full-time […]
Georgetown Police Use New Fingerprint Machine to Identify Wanted Felon With Multiple Warrants, Aliases
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore reports that the Georgetown Police Department has used a new fingerprint machine to identify a wanted man with multiple aliases and warrants after conducting a routine motor vehicle stop yesterday.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore reports that as part of the Georgetown Police Department’s “Drive Sober of Get Pulled Over” campaign, officers made over 100 motor vehicles stops, arresting one person for operating under the influence of alcohol and issuing numerous citations for other roadway violations.
GEORGETOWN— Chief Donald C. Cudmore reports that the Georgetown Police Department arrested a man over the weekend who allegedly broke into several motor vehicles last month.
GEORGETOWN – With the cold, winter weather in full effect, Chief Fred Mitchell Jr. and the Georgetown Fire Department recommend that residents follow several carbon monoxide safety tips to prevent tragedies from occurring this season.
As friends and families gather to celebrate the holidays, Chief Fred Mitchell Jr. and the Georgetown Fire Department are reminding residents to be aware of safety tips to ensure a joyous and fire-safe season this year.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald C. Cudmore announces that the Georgetown Police Department, as part of the national “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign, has increased patrols throughout town to prevent impaired driving during the holiday season.
*Media Advisory* Georgetown Fire Department Heads Out On Santa Tour for Toys for Tots Event This Weekend
GEORGETOWN — Chief Fred A. Mitchell Jr. announces that the Georgetown Fire Department will be taking Santa around town this weekend as part of their 16th annual fundraising event for Toys for Tots.
GEORGETOWN— As a record number of drivers prepare to hit the road for Thanksgiving, Chief Donald C. Cudmore and the Georgetown Police Department are reminding residents to travel safely this holiday and to never drink and drive.
GEORGETOWN — Chief Donald Cudmore and the Georgetown Police Department are pleased to announce that Georgetown Police Officer Joanne Ballard graduated from the 3rd ROC Academy Class in Plymouth at a ceremony on Oct. 30 at Brockton High School.