GLOUCESTER — Interim Chief John McCarthy and Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken were honored to welcome 6-year-old Mason Adams and his family to the police station this morning, where they presented a check on his behalf to Cops For Kids With Cancer. Mason, who considers police officers to be his personal heroes, decided that he would prefer to donate money to the police rather than receive presents for his birthday, so his parents raised $900 on his behalf to donate to Cops For Kids With Cancer via the Gloucester Police.
GLOUCESTER — Mayor Sefatia Romeo Theken and Interim Chief John McCarthy are pleased to announce that the Gloucester Police Department is participating in National Community Policing Week.
GLOUCESTER — Every second counts during an emergency, which is why Mayor Sefatia Romeo Thaken, Police Chief Leonard Campanello and Fire Chief Eric Smith are reminding residents to have address signage clearly visible to help emergency personnel provide the timeliest services possible.
GLOUCESTER — With the Fourth of July approaching, Police Chief Leonard Campanello and Fire Chief Eric Smith remind residents that it is illegal to use fireworks in the state of Massachusetts and to leave use to licensed professionals.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Leonard Campanello reports that the Gloucester Police Department has arrested and charged a man who allegedly tagged a building with spray paint. An investigation indicates that the man may be responsible for more than four dozen incidents of graffiti on buildings all around Gloucester.