Chief John Llewellyn and the Rockland Police Department would like to remind residents this month to properly secure their vehicles to prevent theft and avoid being an easy target for thieves.
Police Chief John Llewellyn and Fire Chief Scott Duffey report that the Rockland Police and Fire Departments responded to Reed’s Pond Tuesday morning after a man allegedly purposefully pushed his vehicle into the water.
Monday, June 24, 2019 For Immediate Release Media Contact: Benjamin Paulin Phone: 781-742-3922 Email: [email protected] Rockland Police and Fire Departments Offer Summer Road Safety Tips ROCKLAND — As summer begins and with school now out of session, Police Chief John Llewellyn and Fire Chief Scott Duffey would like to remind drivers to share the road and […]
Chief John Llewellyn is releasing the identity of a man who was arrested by Rockland Police Tuesday afternoon, after allegedly showing a firearm during an armed robbery and then briefly barricading himself inside of his Church Street apartment.
April is National 911 Education Month. Rockland Police Chief John Llewellyn and Fire Chief Scott Duffey would like to ensure residents are prepared and able to access help during emergencies.
Rockland First Responders Provide Crucial Medical Care to Man Who Suffered Severe Injury in Industrial Accident
Police Chief John Llewellyn reports that two officers from the Rockland Police Department helped to save a man’s life after the man’s arm was severed in an industrial accident early Friday morning.
As National Poison Prevention Week begins March 17, Fire Chief Scott Duffey and Police Chief John Llewellyn wish to remind residents of the danger of unintentional poisonings for people of all ages.
As CBD products become more readily available across Massachusetts, Police Chief John Llewellyn and Fire Chief Scott Duffey are urging Rockland residents to be cautious, research items before buying and remember that the drug’s legality at the federal level remains murky.
Principal Marilyn Smith is pleased to announce that a fourth grade student at the Stewart Esten Elementary School in Rockland was honored yesterday for his heroic efforts in calling 911 when his sister was having a medical emergency.
The Rockland Police Department reports that a man was arrested over the weekend after he allegedly struck Police Chief John Llewellyn’s cruiser while driving drunk and then fled the scene.