Robert Randall Sworn In

Robert Randall was sworn in as Sergeant with the Mattapoisett Police Department, and three, new full-time officers, from left: Louis DaSilva, Matthew Bates and Aaron Myers, were introduced during a special meeting of the Select Board on Monday at the fire station. Chief of Police Jason King welcomed the new officers, and Randall was sworn in by Town Clerk Catherine Heuberger. Randall’s daughter Madelyn, 9, applied his pin, as his son Beau, 8, looked on. A 2000 graduate of Old Rochester Regional High School, Randall has spent 15 years on the force. DaSilva, 44, a Fairhaven resident with a bachelor’s degree in engineering from Wentworth, was a deputy sheriff of Bristol County; Bates, 40, a longtime Mattapoisett resident who graduated from Old Colony Regional Vocational-Technical High School, worked in Rochester prior to his transfer and is an EMT; Myers, 25, a Fairhaven resident with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Bridgewater State University, was part time with the Mattapoisett Police Department and graduated this year from the 71st Plymouth Police Academy. Photos by Mick Colageo

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