HOLBROOK — Chief William J. Smith announces that retired K-9 Bo was honored by the Holbrook Police Department with a “final walk” before being put to rest at the Holbrook Animal Hospital today following a brief battle with cancer.
HOLBROOK — Chief William J. Smith announces that retired K-9 Bo will be honored by the Holbrook Police Department with a “final walk” before being put to rest at the Holbrook Animal Hospital tomorrow following a brief battle with cancer.
Holbrook Police Department Provides Hurricane Preparedness Tips in Conjunction with Hurricane Preparedness Week
HOLBROOK — Chief William Smith and the Holbrook Police Department are encouraging residents to take a series of precautions in the event of a tropical storm or hurricane.
Holbrook Police Department Issues Statement Regarding Upcoming Planned Rally and Vigil in Town for George Floyd
HOLBROOK — The following is a statement from Chief William Smith regarding the upcoming planned rally and vigil for George Floyd in the Town of Holbrook:
Holbrook Police Department Raises Money for Holbrook Food Pantry Through Quarantine Beard Fundraiser
HOLBROOK — Chief William Smith is pleased to announce that officers in the Holbrook Police Department have been granted permission to grow “quarantine beards” as part of a fundraiser to help the local food pantry in town.
HOLBROOK — Chief William J. Smith reports that the Holbrook Police Department is investigating after a crash between a car and a tractor trailer left the driver of the car seriously injured Thursday morning.
HOLBROOK — Chief William J. Smith would like to warn Holbrook residents after a person in town was recently scammed out of $9,000 after being led to believe that the money was being used to bail a relative out of jail.
HOLBROOK — Chief of Police and Emergency Management Director William J. Smith wishes to inform residents how the department is approaching the governor’s statewide order requiring face masks or cloth face coverings to be worn in public.
HOLBROOK — Chief William Smith wishes to provide residents with guidance for social distancing and remind the public that social distancing guidelines have been extended until May 4, per Governor Baker’s orders.
HOLBROOK — Chief William Smith reports that the Holbrook Police Department arrested and charged a man with kidnapping and robbery after he and another man allegedly entered a woman’s vehicle in Brockton and forced her at knifepoint to drive to a Holbrook gas station that the men robbed Thursday afternoon, Feb. 27.