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  • crime May 8, 2020

    Woman Arrested in Fatal Weymouth Stabbing

    A 19-year-old has died after being stabbed in Weymouth Thursday night, police said Ryan Martin was allegedly stabbed by someone he didn’t know during a gathering in the woods near 83 Colonels Drive in Weymouth, Massachusetts. He was transported to South Shore Hospital but he did not survive his injuries, according to officials. On Friday afternoon, officials announced that Kelsey…

  • BOSTON Sep 27, 2019

    3 Officers' Names Added to Mass. Law Enforcement Memorial

    Three names were added to the Massachusetts Law Enforcement Memorial during a ceremony at Ashburton Memorial Park in Boston on Friday. Weymouth police Sgt. Michael Chesna, Yarmouth police Sgt. Sean Gannon and Worcester police Officer Leon Moody were added to the memorial that includes scores of names.

  • Weymouth Sep 4, 2019

    Fellow Police Remember Fallen Weymouth Sgt. at Plaque Dedication

    A Massachusetts police sergeant killed while responding to a call in Weymouth last summer has been honored by his brothers and sisters in blue. A bronze plaque was placed on the wall Tuesday at the entrance to the Weymouth Police Department Library in honor of Sgt. Michael Chesna.

  • Massachusetts Sep 6, 2018

    Facebook Post Featuring Slain Weymouth Police Sgt. Michael Chesna Creates Controversy

    A Facebook post by a Massachusetts police department is creating some controversy online. The post features a photo of slain Weymouth Police Sgt. Michael Chesna with the words, “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.”

  • Massachusetts Aug 23, 2018

    Charity Pays Off Mortgage for Widow of Slain Weymouth Police Sgt. Michael Chesna

    The widow of a Massachusetts police sergeant recently killed in the line of duty no longer has to worry about her mortgage payments. Surrounded by family and friends at the Weymouth Police Department on Thursday, Cindy Chesna, the widow of Weymouth Police Sgt. Michael Chesna, received a receipt for her paid-off mortgage from Frank Siller of the Stephen Siller Tunnel...

  • Taylor Swift Jul 25, 2018

    Pop Star Taylor Swift Donates Concert Tickets to Weymouth Police Department

    Pop star Taylor Swift has donated several tickets to the Weymouth Police Department for her upcoming concert at Gillette Stadium.

  • Massachusetts Jul 24, 2018

    Funeral Services Announced for Elderly Woman Killed in Weymouth Shooting

    Funeral services have been announced for the 77-year-old woman who was killed in a shooting that also claimed the life of a Massachusetts police sergeant. Family and friends will hold a private service for Vera Adams, and ask that in lieu of flowers, that members of the public donate to the Vera Adams Memorial Fund, which will be used for...

  • Massachusetts Jul 22, 2018

    ‘My Hero': Thousands Gather for Funeral of Weymouth Police Sgt. Michael Chesna

    With streets lined with American flags and blue and black ribbons, mourners gathered to say a final goodbye on Friday to a slain Massachusetts police sergeant who was killed in the line of duty last weekend.

  • Massachusetts Jul 20, 2018

    Peer Support Started Minutes After Weymouth Police Officer's Shooting

    The response on to the murder of police Sgt. Michael Chesna didn’t stop with his fellow officers from Weymouth, Massachusetts, who were on scene Sunday. It includes dozens of officers, on duty and retired, from departments around Massachusetts, and their mission is their brothers and sisters in blue. “I was probably at the hospital within 15 minutes of the initial...

  • Massachusetts Jul 20, 2018

    Police, Mourners Gather for Slain Police Sgt.'s Wake

    There is big turnout in advance of today’s wake for slain Weymouth Sgt. Michael Chesna, who was killed Sunday after a man allegedly opened fire on him with the officer’s own gun.

  • Massachusetts Jul 17, 2018

    Services for Slain Weymouth Sergeant Michael Chesna Announced

    Sevices for the Massachusetts police sergeant killed Sunday in the line of duty will be held later this week.

  • Massachusetts Jul 18, 2018

    Community, Businesses Pitch In to Help Victims of Fatal Weymouth Shootings

    While a Massachusetts community continues to deal with the devastating loss of a police sergeant and innocent bystander, business owners are pitching in to help.

  • BOSTON Jul 17, 2018

    Homes Shine Blue Light for Fallen Sgt. Chesna

    There has been an outpouring of support following the death of Sgt. Michael Chesna. Homes around Weymouth are shining a blue light to stand as a support system for the Weymouth Police Department, as well as Sgt. Chesna’s wife and two children. Organizer Dennis Brooks says he posted about the blue lights on social media and it took off....

  • Massachusetts Jul 17, 2018

    Weymouth Sgt. Was Highly-Decorated Soldier, Good Student

    At the Weymouth Police Department, people have been coming to mourn and pay tribute to Sgt. Michael Chesna’s service. But we are learning more about Sgt. Chesna before he joined Weymouth police.

  • Massachusetts Jul 17, 2018

    Weymouth Police Warn of Possible Phone Scam Claiming to Support Fallen Sergeant's Family

    The Weymouth Police Department has received several reports of phone calls to residents looking to collect money for the family of fallen Sergeant Michael Chesna.

  • Massachusetts Jul 17, 2018

    Huge Turnout at Vigil for Fallen Sgt., 77-Year-Old Woman

    Heartbroken family members and friends attended a vigil Monday night for fallen Weymouth Police Officer Michael Chesna and Vera Adams.

  • Massachusetts Jul 17, 2018

    ‘Devastated': Weymouth Mourns Death of Police Officer, 77-Year-Old Woman

    Community members, family and neighbors are all mourning the loss of Weymouth Officer Michael Chesna and a 77-year-old woman who were shot and killed Sunday morning.

  • OFFICER Jul 16, 2018

    Mourners Pay Respects to Fallen Weymouth Officer

    Mourners poured into the Weymouth Police Department on Sunday to pay their respects to the fallen Officer Michael Chesna, killed in the line of duty.

  • Massachusetts Aug 21, 2017

    Suspect Sought in Murder of Ex-Girlfriend in Weymouth, Mass.

    Police in Weymouth, Massachusetts, are searching for a man named as the suspect in the murder of his ex-girlfriend.

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Weymouth gets first new police chief in a decade

WEYMOUTH — As police chief, Richard Fuller said he promises to run a transparent, accountable and accessible department that is responsive to concerns and treats everyone with respect.

"We will use every tool that we have to continue to keep Weymouth safe," he said Thursday. "In return, I ask the citizens of Weymouth for your continued support and strength. We share a mutual obligation and we all need to do our part to keep Weymouth a great place to live and raise a family."

Fuller, 49, was formally sworn in as police chief during a ceremony at the Weymouth police station on Thursday, surrounded by family members, fellow police officers and town and state officials. His wife, Kirsten, pinned his new badge on his uniform as his children, Matthew and Sarah, and mother, Kathleen, watched. Fuller said no police officer can successfully do his or her job without the support of family and thanked them for being there for him.

"This job takes a huge toll on our family life sometimes," he said. "I'm so fortunate that I have such an incredibly supportive family."

Fuller succeeds Chief Richard Grimes, who retired Dec. 31 after 42 years in law enforcement and 10 years at the helm of the department.

Fuller thanked Grimes for his guidance, wisdom, advice and clarity, and said he wouldn't be next in line for the position without Grimes' support.

"Clearly I have some big shoes to fill and I know it," Fuller said. "My promise to you is that I will continue to build on the foundation and success you have created over the past 10 years."

Mayor Robert Hedlund, who selected Fuller from three finalists, said the Weymouth Police Department is well-run and shows a level of professionalism that is second to none both locally and statewide.

"I know that that level of excellence and the standard that has been set by the previous chief will continue under the tenure of Rick Fuller," he said.

Fuller thanked Hedlund for the trust and confidence he placed in him, as well as his support for Fuller to attend the FBI National Academy — a 10-week professional course for U.S. and international law enforcement leaders that is meant to raise law enforcement standards, knowledge and cooperation worldwide. Fuller leaves for the academy, held in Quantico, Virginia, on Monday.

Fuller said law enforcement officials from 33 countries will join him at the academy, providing a unique opportunity for networking and sharing ideas about modern policing.

"Even around the world, we share many of the same problems," Fuller said.

Fuller is a lifelong Weymouth resident and a 1988 graduate of Weymouth South High School. He served as a combat medic in the U.S. Army Reserve in the early 1990s and joined the police department in 1995. He has served as a captain since 2012.

Fuller most recently was in charge of the department’s investigative services division, which oversees detectives; professional standards and internal affairs; the narcotics unit; firearms and licensing unit; evidence and property unit; social media; news media and public relations.

Fuller was sworn in as a patrolman in 1995, a detective in 2001, a detective sergeant in 2004, a detective lieutenant in 2009 and a detective captain in 2012. He has a master’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Massachusetts.

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Understanding that the primary mission of this department is to protect the lives and property of our citizens, we continue to accomplish this goal with a balanced traditional approach to policing coupled with proactive efforts to prevent crime. Our department remains open to public scrutiny and accountable for our actions. Our officers have a sense of community involvement with many officers involved in several diverse organizations throughout the town. This community involvement provides a variety of information that allows officers to make sensitive and appropriate decisions on issues of mutual importance.

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Our Breast Cancer Awareness Challenge Coins have arrived!!! The Weymouth Police Association will be selling the coins to raise money for Marisa's Mission, w local breast cancer charity. The coins are $15 each cash or check made out to the “Weymouth Police Association”. We still have patches for $10 each. They are available Monday through Friday 7 AM – 3 PM at our records department located in the lobby of the police station. Thank you to the Weymouth Police Association for m…
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The Weymouth 400 Water Lantern Festival is this Saturday, October 9, 2021 from 3PM to 7PM at George Lane Beach. There will be restricted parking on Neck Street, River Street, Regatta Road and surrounding side streets.
Neck Street, River Street and Regatta Road will have restricted parking to one side of the street. It is encouraged that attendees park off-site at the John McCulloch School located at 180 Green Street, or the Wessagusset School/North Street Municipal lot l…
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Weymouth Police Incident Reporting Portal

If this is an emergency, please call 911.

Welcome to the Weymouth Police Department Online Police Reporting System. This system allows you to file a police report at your convenience. Filing a false police report is a crime.

The system is for the following:


Incidents that occurred in Weymouth.

Incidents where there are no known suspects.

Incidents that did not occur on a state road/MBTA property, even if in Weymouth.

If the incident occurred on Route 3 call the State Police.

If the incident occurred on MBTA property, call 617-222-1212.

You may report the following incident types utilizing this system:

Theft from Vehicle

Identity Theft

Vandalism to Property

Lost or Stolen Credit/Debit Card

Stolen Bicycle

Vandalism to Car

Lost Property

Lost or Stolen Electronics

Harassing Phone Calls, Emails, or Text Messages

Stolen Property (If your house was broken into, you cannot report the theft on-line. Please call the Weymouth Police at 781-335-1212 to speak to an officer.)

Hit and Run (when your vehicle is struck and the other operator flees without leaving identifying information. Damage to your vehicle must be under approximately $1,000 to use the online report.)

Upon completion of your report you will:

See the words: "Your online police report has been submitted" showing that your police report is complete.

Be able to print a copy of the preliminary police report screening to keep for your records. NOTE: YOUR PRINTED SCREENING REPORT WILL BE PRELIMINARY AND IS FOR YOUR RECORDS ONLY. Once your screening report has been reviewed by the Weymouth Police Department, you will be able to obtain an official copy for insurance claims or for follow up with your bank or other institution, etc after 24hours. If further investigation of your case is needed, you may be contacted.

Please make sure to turn off your pop-up blocking software before filing the report.

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