Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Weymouth Town, Massachusetts. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address
Weymouth Town Massachusetts Police Station Address: 140 Winter St, Weymouth, MA 02188, United States
2 months ago
**TRAFFIC ADVISORY** Water Main Break-Pleasant St at Libbey Pkwy
Pleasant St is closed at Libbey Parkway.
Northbound traffic on Pleasant St diverted down Libbey Pkwy
Southbound traffic will be diverted down Mutton Ln
Right hand turn only from Libbey Prk on to Pleasant Street. https://t.co/dx7TCPKdMl
3 months ago
Rt 3A is temporarily closed in the area of 145 Bridge St due to utility pole down. Traffic being re-routed. At 9AM this morning an MBTA Bus struck and knocked down a utility police in the area of 125 Bridge St. National Grid is in the process of repairing the pole.
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