by Jay Lawson
The Town of Webb Fire Chiefs, Police Chief and heads of Emergency Medical Services are requesting that all residents post their physical 911 addresses, viewable from the street.
This ensures that response time is minimal due to properties that are easily locatable.
“It is important that signage is the standard brown color with reflective yellow numerals, and that it is posted on the road where it is visible from both directions,” said Webb Police Chief Ron Johnston. Continue reading
Ronald W. Johnston presented Jan Knudsen with a gold police whistle in response to her recent column on the subject of police visibility and foot patrols in the Town of Webb.
Patrolman Aaron “A.J.” Silverman tendered his resigation from the Town of Webb Police Department on Wednesday, June 17.
He will be joining the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office in mid-July as a deputy sheriff on road patrol duty.
Officer Silverman has been a member of Town of Webb Police Department since April 2012.
The Town of Webb Police Department has issued the following report of recent law enforcement activity.
• A Cranbury, NJ man was charged with a number of snowmobile infractions following an incident that occurred on Friday, February 6 at approximately 11 p.m. Continue reading
Town of Webb Supervisor Ted Riehle (from left), Town of Webb Police Chief Ron Johnston, and Herkimer County Sheriff Chris Farber with the new MiFi routers and P25 radios. Photo by Gina Greco
By Gina Greco
The Town of Webb Police Department received some new communications equipment on Tuesday, January 20, to upgrade its local law enforcement operation.
The equipment consisted of radios and wireless routers. Continue reading
By Jay Lawson
Supervisor Ted Riehle introduced Ron Johnston, the Town of Webb’s new Police Chief, at the monthly meeting of the Town Board that was held on Tuesday, January 13th in Old Forge.
Chief Johnston began his appointment on Monday the 12th.
Johnston was on hand to request authorization to order a new police vehicle with funds that were allocated for that purchase in the 2015 Webb budget. Continue reading
The Town of Webb Police Department reported the following activity from December 29 through January 6.
On Tuesday, January 6, the Town of Webb Police Department arrested and charged a 24-year-old Old Forge man for Assault 3rd degree (class A misdemeanor). He was arraigned at the Town of Webb Court and released on his own recognizance.