Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak and Hanson Police Chief Michael Miksch report that two Whitman-Hanson Regional High School students will be facing criminal charges after they replicated a viral video trend that resulted in several electrical outlets being scorched inside the school last week.
Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department responded to a motor vehicle crash where a woman was seriously injured Wednesday night.
Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department responded to a crash early Saturday morning where a man was seriously injured.
As summer begins and with school now out of session, Chief Michael Miksch would like to remind drivers to share the road and remain attentive while driving.
Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department is investigating an incident where a person allegedly broke two windows at Hanson Town Hall.
Chief Michael Miksch reports that the Hanson Police Department is investigating an incident where a person broke multiple windows at the Indian Head School last week and is seeking today to identify a person of interest.
Chief Michael Miksch is pleased to announce that four Hanson Police officers participated in a specialized training program about autism and related disabilities last week.
The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County are pleased to announce that Plymouth County Outreach (PCO) has released the data from its 2018 Annual Report, showing an 18 percent decrease in fatal overdoses and a 13 percent decrease in non-fatal overdoses in Plymouth County, compared to 2017.
Whitman Police Chief Scott Benton, Hanson Police Chief Michael Miksch and Whitman-Hanson Regional School District Superintendent Jeffrey Szymaniak would like to provide internet and smart phone safety tips for parents in the wake of some troubling trends and “challenges” that have been going viral on the internet in recent weeks.
The Police Chiefs of Plymouth County announce that Plymouth County Outreach (PCO) is supporting a bill filed last week that would allow law enforcement officers — in addition to medically trained personnel — to provide civilians with the overdose-reversing drug Narcan (naloxone) and train them on how to administer the drug.