Suspicious party: West Street Area/West Bridgewater: Today at approximately 11:45am the West Bridgewater Police Department received a 911 call from a resident in reference to a suspicious male driving around the area of West Street. According to the reporting party this male individual asked if they needed a ride. The male operator continued up the street, turned around and again made comments to the female pedestrian before leaving the area. Numerous cruisers responded but were unable to locate the vehicle or individual described as; a white male in his mid 20’s with brown hair and brown beard, operating a black sedan with sticker bearing the letters “lisp”. The operator never exited the vehicle only continued driving. Area communities have been informed of this incident. Cruisers will be in the area throughout the day checking the streets as well as area businesses. As always the safety of the Citizens of West Bridgewater is paramount and we are taking appropriate measures to investigate this matter. The West Bridgewater Police are asking anyone who was in the area of West St. during this time to please contact the police department with any information they feel would assist with this investigation. Please contact our front desk at 508-586-2525 or the detective division at 508-894-1293. ... See MoreSee Less
OUR 8TH INSTALLMENT OF OFFICER INTRODUCTIONS- OFFICER TAZER VOM PATIALA- DATE OF HIRE: OCTOBER 6, 2014
BACKGROUND: I WAS BORN IN CALIFORNIA AND EVENTUALLY MADE MY WAY TO THE EAST COAST. I GRADUATED BOSTON POLICE K9 ACADEMY AS A K9 TEAM WITH OFFICER FLAHERTY IN JANUARY OF 2015 THEN WENT ON TO GRADUATE AS A NARCOTICS DETECTION K9 IN SEPTEMBER OF 2015.
HOBBIES: BALL, WORK, TRACKING, BALL, SPENDING TIME WITH MY HUMAN FAMILY, BALL, BEING A GOOD BOY, BALL, EXERCISING, WHERE’S MY BALL?
HARDEST PART OF YOUR JOB: WAITING FOR DINNER
BEST PART OF YOUR JOB: CATCHING BAD GUYS, GETTING TREATS, GETTING TO HANG OUT WITH KIDS AT TOWN EVENTS
WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO BECOME A POLICE OFFICER: I HAVE NO OPPOSABLE THUMBS SO MY JOB AS A CHEF DIDN’T QUITE PAN OUT. THIS WAS MY 2ND CHOICE AND IT HAS WORKED OUT GREAT SO FAR! ... See MoreSee Less
The WB police were called to Scotland Street shortly after 4pm. The reporting party stated numerous bones discovered. When Officers and Detectives arrived they additionally noticed men's footwear along with the bones. Officers continued the investigation and determined the bones and boots were not related. Detectives further determined the bones are from white tailed deer. ... See MoreSee Less