Chief Joseph Perkins and Plymouth County District Attorney Tim Cruz report that a Middleborough man, who fired upon officers who were executing an arrest warrant, was found dead inside of his home after a seven-hour standoff with police Wednesday afternoon.
Police Chief Joseph Perkins reports that the Middleborough Police Department is urging businesses and residents between I-495 and Locust Street, along Route 28, to shelter in place after an armed fugitive opened fire on police officers this morning and has since barricaded himself inside a residence.
The Southeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council, Bridgewater Police Chief Christopher Delmonte and Middleborough Police Chief Joseph Perkins would like to provide an update on the Middleborough Police Officer that was injured during a training exercise on Wednesday, and the subsequent investigation.
Middleborough Police Officer Seriously Injured During SEMLEC SWAT Training in Bridgewater BRIDGEWATER – Southeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council SWAT Unit Control Chief (Raynham Police Chief) James Donovan, Bridgewater Police Chief Christopher Delmonte, and Middleborough Police Chief Joseph Perkins regret to report that a Middleborough Police Officer was seriously injured Wednesday morning during a regional police training exercise in Bridgewater. Bridgewater […]
Lt. Kevin Kobza reports that the Fairhaven Police Department and SEMLEC responded to a home in Fairhaven, where an individual had barricaded himself inside, and that the situation has ended without incident.
South Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council Search and Rescue FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018 Media Contact: John Guilfoil Phone: 617-993-0003 Email: [email protected] Photos: SEMLEC Search and Rescue Holds Successful Training Exercise in Dartmouth DARTMOUTH — The Southeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (SEMLEC) reports that members of its Search and Rescue unit held a successful training session […]
The Southeastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council reports that members of the Search and Rescue Unit will be training at a Dartmouth nature preserve on Tuesday.
Chief James Donovan reports that the Raynham Police Department is investigating after a man barricaded himself inside his home and allegedly made violent threats towards himself and others, including members of law enforcement.
Chief Kevin D. Walsh reports that the Wareham Police Department, and members of the South Eastern Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (SEMLEC) SWAT Team, have placed a man in custody after he allegedly barricaded himself inside of a motel room.
Police Chief Kevin D. Walsh: There is a police presence at Wareham Public Schools today due to an anonymous email threat received earlier in the day.