On January 12, 2014, I was working in marked unit East-1 with Officer Cicerone. At Approximately 5:45 P.M. we were flagged down by a known female on Broadway. The woman, stated that she was having problems with her son and asked if we could go Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
On January 12, 2014, I, Officer Gravin Guillen, was in full uniform assigned to marked unit W-5. I was still on relief when Somerville Control dispatched Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
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On the above date, while in full uniform and assigned to marked unit E2, I was Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
On Saturday January 11 2014, I was assigned to marked unit E-3 along with Officer St. Hilaire. We were dispatched, along with unit E-1 and E-2, to Bow St., Community Laundry, for a fight. Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
On ,Jan 11,2014 I, Officer Gravin Guillen, was in full uniform assigned to marked unit E-1. At approximately 00:27 A.M, I was dispatched to Tufts St. for a report of a motor vehicle who Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
On Friday January 10, 2014 at approximately 1208, while assigned to mark cruiser 662, I Officer Randy Isaacs was dispatched to Medford St for someone stealing a purse. Upon arrival I was met by a Medford Police officer, Sergeant Joseph Casey on detail with Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
Somerville, MA – Somerville Arts Council grant recipient Nancy Hall Brooks will preview “Reflections: portraits of seniors in images and words,” a series of portraits of local seniors at a reception at the Ralph and Continue reading SOMERVILLE ARTIST TO MOUNT EXHIBIT AT COUNCIL ON AGING
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Thursday, January 23rd: Somerville Arts Council grant recipient Nancy Hall Brooks will exhibit a series of portraits of local older adults at the Ralph and
The following is a brief summary of the incident. It does not contain every minute detail of the arrest. On the above date and time, while assigned to the Somerville Police PD Narcotics/Vice Unit, working in an undercover capacity, operating an unmarked Police M/V, I was performing a surveillance of the Cross St area for illegal narcotic transactions and sales. This area of Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
On January 8th, 2014 I was working plain clothes in an undercover capacity as a Narcotics Detective. At approximately 12:30pm, the following Narcotics Detectives James McNally, James Hyde and Ariel Collazo, set up Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
This is a brief description of the events that took place on 01/07/2014. at approximately 10:04 PM.
01/06/2014 13:46:54 119 TEMPLE ST JUVENILE 16.0986301 301 MEDFORD STREET SOMERVILLE MA Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
Due to the expected Heroin delivery a surveillance was initiated of the pre-designated meet location and adjacent area by members of the Somerville Police Department Drug Control Unit ( Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
On 01/07/14 while on patrol and assigned to marked unit E2, I was dispatched to the above location for a report of a male allegedly removing Continue reading Real Life Somerville Police Stories
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Positions are voluntary and require about five hours per month:
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The City of Somerville’s Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Award recognizes an Continue reading Last Monday Was The Last Day to Nominate an individual or organization for the 2014 MLK Jr. Award:
City of Somerville’s Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Celebration
Monday, January 20, 2014
11:00am to 1:00pm…
East Somerville Community School
Continue reading Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone, Somerville Public Schools MLK Day Planning Committee Members and the Office of Somerville Commissions
And the January Somerville Arts Council artist of the month is….
Ethan Gilsdorf, journalist, critic and self-described “17th-level geek!”
Ethan Gilsdorf is a journalist, memoirist, essayist, critic, poet, teacher Continue reading January Somerville Arts Council Artist of the Month Ethan Gilsdorf