Week in Review: Watertown Votes in Huge Numbers, Man Gives Drugs to Undercover Officer

Also this week, a Town Councilor wants to have free Wi-Fi for residents, woman arrested for stealing car and the winter parking ban dates have been set.


The Presidential Election drew a huge numbers of Watertown voters. People voted on local races for state representative, state senate and Governor's Council, as well as local non-binding ballot measures. 

A Watertown man advertised on Craigslist that he would trade drugs to "party with a woman." He was arrested when he gave the drugs to an undercover police officer.

Town Councilor Angeline Kounelis suggested that the town start a pilot program to explore offering free Wi-Fi to Watertown residents. What do you think about the idea?

Watertown Police tracked down a woman who stole a car from Super Fitness, and used credit cards left inside the vehicle. She was arrested in Allston.

The dates of the Watertown winter parking ban were announced by Watertown Police Chief Edward Deveau. See details here. 


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