Level 3 sex offender

A Level III sex offender working in Watertown registered with the Police Department on December 7, 2012

Infant Car Seat installation available November 28 ONLY

The Waltham Police Department will be offering Infant Car Seat installation on November 28, 2012 from 5 PM to 9 PM. Contact Waltham Police Officer Linda Moscia at 781-314-3623.

This service is only available November 28, 2012 from 5-9 PM.

Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony

Red Cross Blood Drive

American Red Cross Blood Drive.

Monday December 31st 9am-2pm in the Watertown Police Department Community Room 

See web site for eligibility criteria and FAQ: www.redcrossblood.org


Winter Parking Ban

Watertown Chief of Police Edward P. Deveau has announced the 2012-2013 Winter Parking Ban dates. Effective at midnight on November 25 2012, and continuing to April 1, 2013, the Winter Parking Ban will be in effect and strictly enforced.
The regulation reads in part; “No vehicle may remain on any public way for more than one hour between the hours of 1AM and 6AM all days of the week”. For residents who lack sufficient off street parking, the town allows for temporary parking at any municipal parking lot and other locations noted:
 • The police station at 552 Main Street
 • Any public school parking lot
 • Marion Road at Victory Field
 • The lot at Boylston Street and Mt Auburn Streets
Please note that these locations may be used free of charge, however all vehicles may use available spaces after 7PM and must be moved/removed by 7AM the following day. Vehicles must be removed from any school property no later than 6AM during any snow storm to allow for plowing. Violators may be towed. Your cooperation in keeping the streets clear of overnight parking and your sidewalks clear of snow and ice will make for safer driving/walking conditions and at the same time, allow the opportunity for the Public Works Department to perform necessary street cleaning and maintenance.
Thank you,
Edward P. Deveau
Chief of Police


Storm Preparation tips from Verizon

Customer Check List


·        If you rely solely on cordless phones in your home, you should consider getting an inexpensive hard-wired phone that plugs directly into your home’s wall jacks.  Cordless phones will not function without commercial power, but corded phones will work in the event of a loss of commercial power.

·        Remember home answering machines won’t work without power, but Verizon voice mail service – which is powered by the network – will work and can serve as a convenient family message board.

·        Charge all battery-powered devices before the storm hits, including wireless phones and PDAs, laptop computers, personal entertainment devices (like MP3 players), flashlights and radios. And check your supply of batteries.

·        Many people keep all of their contact information in their PCs or wireless devices.  Make contact lists and create communications plans for loved ones before the storm hits.  If you are evacuated or are otherwise unreachable, make plans to communicate via wireless calling, text messaging, the Internet or other alternatives available at relocation sites.

·        Top off all vehicle and generator fuel tanks before the storm – gas pumps also rely on commercial power.

·        Check your local emergency-readiness authorities for their recommendations and advisories about the situation in your area. Be sure to check back with them if the situation gets worse.

·        If you live in a flood-prone area, protect sensitive equipment like computers and TVs by getting them as high above ground as you can so when service comes back up, you’ll be back in business quickly.

To Report Service Related Issues 


Customers can contact Verizon at 1-800-VERIZON (1-800-837-4966) or online at www.verizon.com/support to report any service-related issue.

Recent Pomotions

The Watertown Police Department is pleased to announce the recent promotions of Sgt. Edward Kasabian to Police Lieutenant, Officer Sheila Grady-Duguay to Police Sergeant and Officer George Demos to Police Sergeant. Lt. Kasabian is a 29-year veteran of the police department. He has worked in the patrol division, traffic division and most recently in the Prosecutor’s unit. He will return to the night Patrol Division as an Officer in Charge. Sgt. Grady-Duguay is a 10-year veteran of the police department. She has served as a school resource officer and more recently assigned to the night patrol division. Sgt. Grady-Duguay’s promotion is special for the Watertown PD as she is the first female to be promoted to a supervisor in the department’s history. Sgt. Grady-Duguay will remain in the night patrol division as a patrol supervisor. Sgt. Demos is a 6-year veteran of the police department. He was recently assigned to the night patrol division and his new assignment will be in the Administrative Services Division on the day shift. The promotion took place on Friday April 20, 2012 in the community room of the Police Station.

Middlesex Drug Take-Back Program

A safe and secure drop off is now located in the lobby of the Police Station for your unwanted or unused medications. More.


Keith Oulette was located at approximately 0100 hours on May 4, 2012 in good health.


The Watertown Police department is seeking your help in locating a MISSING JUVENILE.

His name is Keith Oulette, he is 16YOA. Keith is 6′ tall, 160Lbs, medium build with blue eyes and short blond hair. Keith was reported missing on Monday April 30th.

Keith was involved in a motor vehicle accident on Sunday April 29th and may be suffering from a head injury. Keith was last seen riding his bicycle in Waverly Square (Belmont) on Sunday April 29th after the accident, he was wearing jeans and a long sleeved grey T-Shirt.

If you see Keith Please contact the WPD at 617-972-6500

Missing Juvenile

Level III sex offender registered

A Level III sex offender, working in Town, registered April 6, 2012.