Active Easton Police Investigation

EASTON — There is an active police investigation in the area of Bay and Allen roads in Easton at this time. The public and motorists are asked to stay clear of the area at this time to allow emergency vehicles to have access.

It has been determined that there is no danger to the public at this time. Police Chief Gary Sullivan will be addressing the media later this afternoon at the Easton Police Department, and updates will be posted to this website and on social media.

Members of the media are asked to stage at the Easton Police Department, located at 46 Lothrop St. in North Easton.

Shooting at intersection of Bay and Allen. Three gun shot wound victims being reported at this time. One is the suspect. EPD set to speak in a press conference soon.

Active Police Investigation

Easton Fire Chief Encourages Residents to Sign Up for CodeRED Emergency Notification System

EASTON — Fire Chief and Emergency Management Director Kevin Partridge is encouraging residents and business owners to sign up for the CodeRED community notification system, which sends important alerts and time-sensitive messages to those who are enrolled in the program.

Easton uses the Plymouth Bristol Emergency Alert System to inform residents and businesses during an emergency. To add a cell phone number, email address or landline number, follow this Please do not assume that you are already listed.

“As the town’s Emergency Management Director, I would like to see all of our residents signed up for these notifications,” Chief Partridge said. “With winter now upon us, there will be snowstorms, and with storms comes the potential for power outages and the need to open a shelter. CodeRED allows for residents to get important updates in a timely fashion.”

Additionally, residents and visitors can keep track of alerts in town with the CodeRED Mobile App, which notifies smartphone users of real-time alerts in the area.

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Easton Police investigating sexting scandal at Southeastern Regional High School

EASTON, Mass. – Easton Police are investigating a sexting case at Southeastern Vocational Regional High School.

At least one minor has been identified in the nude photos, which could lead to criminal charges of a high school student. The superintendent tells Boston 25 News the first thing they did was notify police since sexting among young teens could turn into a child pornography case.

One mother we spoke with says her daughter is a victim in this case.

“They’re trading them amongst themselves like baseball cards,” she said.

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Easton Police “Stuff a Cruiser” Toy Drive, Saturday December 15, 2018

STUFF-A-CRUISER EVENT Saturday December 15, 2018.

We will be collecting toys in the main parking lot at Target, 41 Robert Drive from 10am – 12pm. We are accepting new, unwrapped toys which will be donated to My Brothers Keeper.

If you cannot make it out, we do have a donation box in our police station lobby at 46 Lothrop Street where toys can be dropped off until Friday, December 21, 2018.

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Easton Police Investigating Armed Robbery of Gas Station

EASTON — Chief Gary Sullivan reports that the Easton Police Department is investigating an armed robbery of a gas station convenience store early Monday morning.

At approximately 5:20 a.m., Easton Police received multiple calls reporting a robbery at the New World gas station, 460 Turnpike St. The business, located at the corner of Route 138 and Route 106, opens at 5 a.m.

Responding officers learned that a man entered the store and ordered the clerk to empty the cash register while pointing a handgun at him. The suspect took an undisclosed amount of cash then fled on foot eastbound on Foundry Street (Route 106).

A K-9 officer from West Bridgewater Police responded to assist. Officers searched the area but were unable to locate the suspect.

The clerk was uninjured, but was taken to a local hospital for evaluation.

As a result of an on-scene investigation, police determined that the suspect was wearing a rubber Halloween mask and all black clothing.

Detectives are actively investigating the incident. Anyone who has information about this incident or saw any suspicious activity in the area is asked to call Easton Police at 508-230-3322.

Easton Police Charge Man with Second OUI Offense Following Crash (With Video)


At approximately 11:30pm on Saturday October 7th, Easton Officers responded to a two vehicle head on crash at 370 Depot Street (Route 123).  Upon arrival, Officers discovered that an Infiniti sedan had struck a GMC pickup truck.  Both operators were evaluated by the Easton Fire Department and were found to be uninjured.  The operator of the Infiniti was identified as Thomas Gallagher, age 39 of Waltham.  Gallagher had been traveling eastbound on Depot Street and turned into the westbound lane striking the GMC pickup truck and the trailer that was attached.  Gallagher later told the investigating officer, Patrolman Nick Fields, that he had been coming from the Town of Framingham and believed that he was currently in the Town of Hopkinton.  He also stated that he had been drinking “Jameson and beer” at TGI Fridays in Milford earlier in the evening.  Officer Fields detected signs of impairment and conducted field sobriety exercises which Gallagher failed.  He was placed under arrest and charged with the following:

Oui Liquor, 2nd Offense

Negligent operation of a motor vehicle

Failure to yield to oncoming traffic

Gallagher was booked at the Easton Police Department and bail was set at $540.00.  He was later transported to the New Bedford House of Correction and is scheduled to be arraigned in Taunton District Court today.

Thank you,

Keith Boone

Deputy Chief Keith Boone

Easton Police Dept.

Bus: (508) 230-3322 Ext. 124

Fax: (508) 230-2251