Mattapoisett Police Department

Mattapoisett Police Department The official page of the Mattapoisett Police Department. Follow us on Twitter: @Mattapoise The men and women of the Mattapoisett Police Department strive to make the Town of Mattapoisett a better place to work, live and visit.

The cooperative working relationship between the officers and the people we serve is strong and growing stronger every day. A solid partnership between the community and the police is the most effective way to lower crime, build trust and make the entire community a safer place to live. The Mattapoisett Police Department and the administrator of this page reserve the right to remove any post or co

The cooperative working relationship between the officers and the people we serve is strong and growing stronger every day. A solid partnership between the community and the police is the most effective way to lower crime, build trust and make the entire community a safer place to live. The Mattapoisett Police Department and the administrator of this page reserve the right to remove any post or co

Operating as usual

Heavy periods of snow expected during the early morning commute.  Please use caution when driving and make sure all wind...
01/07/2022

Heavy periods of snow expected during the early morning commute. Please use caution when driving and make sure all windows on your vehicle are free and clear of any snow or ice.

Heavy periods of snow expected during the early morning commute. Please use caution when driving and make sure all windows on your vehicle are free and clear of any snow or ice.

Be aware of various telephone and internet scams.  Multiple reports of internet scams occurring where the victims are re...
12/21/2021

Be aware of various telephone and internet scams. Multiple reports of internet scams occurring where the victims are receiving requests for money from email addresses that appear to be known to them. The email addresses are often very similar except for one letter or number in the address. Also, do not fall victim to the gift card scams. Do not purchase gift cards and send the information and security codes to anyone. Please monitor your accounts for any fraudulent charges.

Be aware of various telephone and internet scams. Multiple reports of internet scams occurring where the victims are receiving requests for money from email addresses that appear to be known to them. The email addresses are often very similar except for one letter or number in the address. Also, do not fall victim to the gift card scams. Do not purchase gift cards and send the information and security codes to anyone. Please monitor your accounts for any fraudulent charges.

On behalf of the men and women of the Mattapoisett Police Department we would like to congratulate Chief Jason A. King o...
12/17/2021

On behalf of the men and women of the Mattapoisett Police Department we would like to congratulate Chief Jason A. King on his promotion.

Chief King began his career with the Mattapoisett Police Department as a Patrol Officer in 1994 before being promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2003. Over the years Chief King took on many roles such as Detective Sergeant, Unit Commander of SEMLEC Detectives, grant writer, marine patrol officer, and patrol supervisor, to name a few.

In 2018 Chief King was promoted to the rank of Captain where he not only managed the everyday operations of the police department, but remained active and involved with criminal investigations.

Throughout his career he has attended a great deal of training in all areas of law enforcement. Chief King received a Bachelor of Science and Administration of Justice from Roger Williams University. In 2012 Chief King received a Masters Degree of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He also possesses his certification as an Emergency Medical Technician and holds a license as a Maritime Captain.

Chief Kings training and experience in all areas of law enforcement will be beneficial to the Mattapoisett Police Department and the community.

The men and women of the Mattapoisett Police Department are looking forward to a great future with Chief Jason A. King as our new leader.

Congratulations Chief Jason A. King!!

On behalf of the men and women of the Mattapoisett Police Department we would like to congratulate Chief Jason A. King on his promotion.

Chief King began his career with the Mattapoisett Police Department as a Patrol Officer in 1994 before being promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2003. Over the years Chief King took on many roles such as Detective Sergeant, Unit Commander of SEMLEC Detectives, grant writer, marine patrol officer, and patrol supervisor, to name a few.

In 2018 Chief King was promoted to the rank of Captain where he not only managed the everyday operations of the police department, but remained active and involved with criminal investigations.

Throughout his career he has attended a great deal of training in all areas of law enforcement. Chief King received a Bachelor of Science and Administration of Justice from Roger Williams University. In 2012 Chief King received a Masters Degree of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He also possesses his certification as an Emergency Medical Technician and holds a license as a Maritime Captain.

Chief Kings training and experience in all areas of law enforcement will be beneficial to the Mattapoisett Police Department and the community.

The men and women of the Mattapoisett Police Department are looking forward to a great future with Chief Jason A. King as our new leader.

Congratulations Chief Jason A. King!!

School Resource Officer(SRO) Cardoso participated in another successful Toys For Tots Toy Drive sponsored by the Old Roc...
12/10/2021

School Resource Officer(SRO) Cardoso participated in another successful Toys For Tots Toy Drive sponsored by the Old Rochester Regional High School Community Service Learning Club. Thank you to all the individuals that made this happen.

School Resource Officer(SRO) Cardoso participated in another successful Toys For Tots Toy Drive sponsored by the Old Rochester Regional High School Community Service Learning Club. Thank you to all the individuals that made this happen.

The Mattapoisett Skate Park Is Now Open!!  Please Remember To Be Safe And Keep It Clean!!
11/23/2021

The Mattapoisett Skate Park Is Now Open!! Please Remember To Be Safe And Keep It Clean!!

The Mattapoisett Skate Park Is Now Open!! Please Remember To Be Safe And Keep It Clean!!

11/11/2021
10/27/2021

All Mattapoisett Schools Are Cancelled Today!!

10/27/2021

**** CAUTION **** Wires and Trees Down Throughout Town. Avoid ALL Wires.

The Mattapoisett Police Department would like to welcome the newest member of our department.  In July of 2021 Officer A...
10/25/2021

The Mattapoisett Police Department would like to welcome the newest member of our department. In July of 2021 Officer Aaron Bates graduated from the full-time MPTC Randolph Academy. Officer Bates will be joining the department as a full-time Patrol Officer and EMT. Officer Bates was born and raised in Mattapoisett and is a graduate of Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School. Officer Bates will be a great addition and asset to the department and community. Good luck and stay safe out there!

The Mattapoisett Police Department would like to welcome the newest member of our department. In July of 2021 Officer Aaron Bates graduated from the full-time MPTC Randolph Academy. Officer Bates will be joining the department as a full-time Patrol Officer and EMT. Officer Bates was born and raised in Mattapoisett and is a graduate of Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School. Officer Bates will be a great addition and asset to the department and community. Good luck and stay safe out there!

The Mattapoisett Police Department will be handing out candy on Sunday October 31, 2021 between 4pm and 6pm in front of ...
10/19/2021

The Mattapoisett Police Department will be handing out candy on Sunday October 31, 2021 between 4pm and 6pm in front of Center School. Walkers and vehicles welcomed.

There will be no parade or costume contest this year. We hope that we can resume our normal Halloween traditions next year. Thank you for your continued support and understanding.

The Mattapoisett Police Department will be handing out candy on Sunday October 31, 2021 between 4pm and 6pm in front of Center School. Walkers and vehicles welcomed.

There will be no parade or costume contest this year. We hope that we can resume our normal Halloween traditions next year. Thank you for your continued support and understanding.

A Message from the Mattapoisett Police DepartmentResidents should be aware of possible scams that have recently caused c...
10/14/2021
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A Message from the Mattapoisett Police Department

Residents should be aware of possible scams that have recently caused concern in the Tri-Town area.

In addition to the Social Security, Grandchild and Covid-19 scams, the recent boil water order due to the presence of E.coli in town water has led to some individuals/companies possibly attempting to prey on the fear of contaminated water.

Please use sound judgment and do your research, including checking complaints with the Better Business Bureau (www.bbb.org), before deciding if it is necessary to part with your money.

A simple online search can save you thousands of dollars. Please call the Police Department at 508-758- 4141 if you have questions regarding possible scam in the area. Question’s regarding water quality can be found on the Town web page or by calling the Mattapoisett Water Office

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****  PRESS RELEASE ****On Monday October 04, 2021 the Mattapoisett Police Department placed two suspects in custody aft...
10/05/2021

**** PRESS RELEASE ****

On Monday October 04, 2021 the Mattapoisett Police Department placed two suspects in custody after a vehicle and foot pursuit which ended in Fairhaven.

At approximately 2148 hrs. Sgt. Dumas from the Mattapoisett Police Department received information that the Wareham Police Department was looking for a U-Haul truck which was possibly involved in the larceny of a motorcycle in their town. Communities throughout the Southcoast have been experiencing a drastic increase in the theft of high-end motorcycles.

Sgt. Dumas observed the suspect vehicle exit I195 westbound and proceed south on North St. Sgt. Dumas activated his emergency lights and siren in an attempt to stop the vehicle. The operator of the vehicle disregarded his lights and siren and at which time the pursuit was initiated. Mattapoisett Officers Tavares and Borges assisted Sgt. Dumas.

Fairhaven Police were notified that Mattapoisett Officers were pursuing a vehicle which was traveling west on Rt. 6 towards Fairhaven. Sgt. Gordon from the Fairhaven Police Department was able to successfully deploy his stop sticks and deflate all four tires of the vehicle. The vehicle continued for a short distance and eventually stopped in the parking lot of 4 David Drown Boulevard. Once the vehicle stopped both the operator and the passenger fled on foot and were placed into custody after a short foot pursuit.

The motorcycle which was valued at approximately $17,000 was recovered at the scene and subsequently returned to the owner.

Donnie Moniz, age 18, from New Bedford, was placed into custody and transported to the Mattapoisett Police Department for booking. Mr. Moniz was charged with Receiving Stolen Property. Rory A. Santos-Barrows Jr, age 22, from East Freetown, was placed into custody and transported to the Mattapoisett Police Station for booking. Mr. Santos-Barrows Jr was charged with Receiving Stolen Property, Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Fail to Stop for Police, Marked Lanes Violation, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle, and Speeding.

Both suspects were transported to the Wareham 4th District Court on October 5, 2021 to be arraigned on the above charges.

Fairhaven Police, Wareham Police and Trooper Kyle Pavao from the Massachusetts State Police assisted with the arrest.

**** PRESS RELEASE ****

On Monday October 04, 2021 the Mattapoisett Police Department placed two suspects in custody after a vehicle and foot pursuit which ended in Fairhaven.

At approximately 2148 hrs. Sgt. Dumas from the Mattapoisett Police Department received information that the Wareham Police Department was looking for a U-Haul truck which was possibly involved in the larceny of a motorcycle in their town. Communities throughout the Southcoast have been experiencing a drastic increase in the theft of high-end motorcycles.

Sgt. Dumas observed the suspect vehicle exit I195 westbound and proceed south on North St. Sgt. Dumas activated his emergency lights and siren in an attempt to stop the vehicle. The operator of the vehicle disregarded his lights and siren and at which time the pursuit was initiated. Mattapoisett Officers Tavares and Borges assisted Sgt. Dumas.

Fairhaven Police were notified that Mattapoisett Officers were pursuing a vehicle which was traveling west on Rt. 6 towards Fairhaven. Sgt. Gordon from the Fairhaven Police Department was able to successfully deploy his stop sticks and deflate all four tires of the vehicle. The vehicle continued for a short distance and eventually stopped in the parking lot of 4 David Drown Boulevard. Once the vehicle stopped both the operator and the passenger fled on foot and were placed into custody after a short foot pursuit.

The motorcycle which was valued at approximately $17,000 was recovered at the scene and subsequently returned to the owner.

Donnie Moniz, age 18, from New Bedford, was placed into custody and transported to the Mattapoisett Police Department for booking. Mr. Moniz was charged with Receiving Stolen Property. Rory A. Santos-Barrows Jr, age 22, from East Freetown, was placed into custody and transported to the Mattapoisett Police Station for booking. Mr. Santos-Barrows Jr was charged with Receiving Stolen Property, Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle, Fail to Stop for Police, Marked Lanes Violation, Negligent Operation of a Motor Vehicle, and Speeding.

Both suspects were transported to the Wareham 4th District Court on October 5, 2021 to be arraigned on the above charges.

Fairhaven Police, Wareham Police and Trooper Kyle Pavao from the Massachusetts State Police assisted with the arrest.

09/30/2021

**** PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT****

The Mattapoisett Police along with the Massachusetts State Police will be conducting a demonstration for the ORRHS. The demonstration will include the landing of the Massachusetts State Police Airwing Helicopter. There is no reason for concern or alarm. This is for educational purposes only for ORRHS Students.

"One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans’ history. We’ll always honor the h...
09/11/2021

"One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans’ history. We’ll always honor the heroes of 9/11. And here at this hallowed place, we pledge that we will never forget their sacrifice." — President George W. Bush

"One of the worst days in America’s history saw some of the bravest acts in Americans’ history. We’ll always honor the heroes of 9/11. And here at this hallowed place, we pledge that we will never forget their sacrifice." — President George W. Bush

09/05/2021
09/02/2021

RT. 6 AND PINE ISLAND RD ARE NOW OPEN.

09/02/2021

ALL MATTAPOISETT SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED FOR TODAY

09/02/2021

** ROAD CLOSURES **

RT. 6 BROOKSIDE DR TO PROSPECT RD AND PINE ISLAND RD

09/02/2021

THERE WILL BE A 2 HR SCHOOL DELAY

08/30/2021
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*HELP WANTED ~ PART-TIME PARAMEDICS *

The Mattapoisett Police Department is currently seeking qualified candidates for per-diem/part-time Paramedic positions.

Please visit www.Mattapoisettpolice.com for job requirements and application.

If you have any questions please contact Sgt. Scott LeBlanc at 508-758-4145 or by email at [email protected]

08/21/2021

Mattapoisett Emergency Response to Tropical Storm Henry.

MEDIA RELEASE


Town staff have been actively tracking Tropical Storm Henri as it makes its way towards the Northeast coast.

The National Weather Service has warned of the potential for damaging winds and widespread coastal flooding from Henri. We are urging residents and visitors to take the following precautions; if you have a boat or dingy within the waters of Mattapoisett please ensure it is secure; kayaks, stand-up-paddle boards, and other marine equipment should be removed from coastal areas; and we urge residents to stock up on water and supplies and prepare to shelter in place throughout the storm.

Residents and beachgoers should stay out of the water and off the roadways during the storm to ensure emergency personnel can rescue those in need of help. We are also asking people to avoid congregating at the busy Town Wharf and Shipyard Park as boats are being hauled in preparation of the storm.

The public should monitor the Town Website, Facebook, and regional media sources for local updates. Based the storm’s current projected track, we do not anticipate opening the Town’s Emergency Shelter. If weather projections change and a shelter is deemed necessary, rides can be provided by the Mattapoisett Police Department. Masks will be required in the emergency shelter.

We encourage residents to check on their neighbors and others who may need help throughout the storm. In the event of an emergency please call 911.

The Town has attached a list of safety tips for residents so they can properly prepare for the storm.

Please stay safe and remember to help your neighbors!

Town Administrator
Michael Lorenco

Hurricane Preparedness Tips


Safety precautions residents should follow to prepare for a hurricane or tropical storm include:
• Don't go out during a hurricane or tropical storm, if possible.
• Check flashlights and portable radios to confirm they’re working. Fully charge your cell phone, laptop and any other devices before the storm.
• Check the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
• If you own a car, making sure its gas tank is at least half full in the event you need to travel. Purchase a car phone charger so that you can charge your device if you lose power at your home.
• Ensure that you have an emergency kit that has basic medicine and bandages.
o Include disinfectants, hand sanitizer and other cleaning supplies that you may need in an emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
• Set your refrigerator and freezer to their coldest settings (remember to reset them back to normal once power is restored). During an outage, minimize the number of times you open the refrigerator or freezer door.
• Prepare your home by securing or bringing in outdoor objects (patio furniture, children’s toys, trash cans, etc.) that could be swept away or damaged during strong winds or flooding. Also, elevate items in your basement in case of flooding, check your sump pump, unplug sensitive electronic equipment, park vehicles in areas that are unlikely to flood and remove boats from the water.
• MEMA recommends purchasing a generator to maintain electricity in an outage. NEVER run a generator indoors, in a garage or with the exhaust facing the home or home air intakes.
• Be prepared by packing a bag with important items in case you need to evacuate. Don’t forget to include needed medications and any valuable personal belongings.
• Be a good neighbor. Check on family, friends, and neighbors, especially the elderly, those who live alone, those with medical conditions and those who may need additional assistance.
In the event of a hurricane, residents are also encouraged to know if they live or work in a hurricane evacuation zone, develop a family emergency plan and create an emergency kit.

Residents are also encouraged to follow tips provided by the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) in the event of flooding:
• Don’t attempt to drive through large puddles or on flooded roads, which could threaten your safety. Just 6 inches of moving water can knock you down, and 2 feet of water can sweep your vehicle away.
• If there is a chance of flash flooding, move immediately to higher ground. Flash floods are the number one cause of weather-related deaths in the U.S.
• If floodwaters rise around your car and the water is not moving, abandon the car and move to higher ground. Do not leave the car and enter moving water.
• Avoid camping or parking along streams, rivers and creeks during heavy rainfall. These areas can flood quickly and with little warning.

After a storm passes through the area, residents should remain cautious. Heavy rain and strong winds can cause a multitude of problems like power outages, fallen debris and floods that often block roads and emergency vehicles, prolonging damage.
• Call 9-1-1 to report emergencies, including downed power lines and gas leaks.
• Stay away from downed utility wires. Always assume a downed power line is live.
• If your power is out, follow MEMA’s power outage safety tips. Report power outages to your utility company. Do not call 9-1-1 to report an outage or to ask about power restoration.

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Mattapoisett, MA
02739

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Hi, My name is Justin DeSousa. I have lived in this town for near 28 years of my life and have struggled with JME a form of eplepicy for at least half of my life to this point which requires medication, consistant blood testing ect for potential kidney failure ect in conjunction with depekot er as to the only working medication for me at this point. Around summer of 2016-2017 was my actual only noticeable encounter with the mattapoisett department prior being a friend and I were meeting up in the park and ride to share a car and randomly searched shich somewhat left me in awe as we were doing nothing illegal. I was dealing with siezers at this point in my life when I was trying experimental CBD oil for my eplepicy with less known side effects vs the depekot er 1000 mg>High end. When my family at the time took the initiative to change that situation on me removing the CBS oil from my room in my sleep without my knowledge come to find out sheri DeSousa brought with her to work with no medical backing. An argument initiated due to having uncontrolled siezers to where the poliece were called (I felt for no reason I made no threatening claims whatsoever) to real no knowledge of my own. I truly felt was not necessary as to this was more medical based not really law enforced from a potentially partial source. The decision at the time was to have a psychiatric evaluation when I was told initially as to be blood level monitoring not a psychiatric evaluation, That soon changed in the ambulance while in the proscess of having epileptic siezers. Resulted in me spending near 3 days in the hospital the first 2 no depekot was admitted while having convulsions, per claim to no blood levels checked at the time to my knowledge does not take 2 days in an Er to have established, This was the first incident. The next I was having an elderly dog pass when was my responsibility to care for as per parents request at youth to care for throughout I assume my stay in the household. I was working at the time part time as to be more on the safer side with my condition when I came home to a crying dog, We had 3 at the time which I assume was the "tea cup Yorkshire terrier" which slept with my parents at the time, Which came out to be a toy fox terrier named zoe the eldest un able to sleep due to back issues in co junction with old age aswell as deteriorating skeletal structure to my knowledge she had no bed to sleep on logically I assume go downstairs establish a proper comforting environment if worse came a bladder leak or f***l spill occurred I could simply fix in the morning, After this occurance I happened to awaken david DeSousa at the time to where he ran and pushed me not knowing why The dog bed fell out of my hand on the backside of the crate near his bathroom, he proceeded to do so until I left the room the dogs were sleeping in to where he slammed the door on my foot felt at the time caused my toes to break after causing me to yell something along the lines what is your problem he then opened the door and took the initiation to repeadily punch my liver area near 8 times after punching my face where I require blood level monitoring as to potential risk to iver failure from the depekot anti seize medication, until I somewhat retaliated tapping him to get him off of me in a modest fashion as to I had no where else to go at the time nore the support systems to do so. He then went downstairs called the poliece department, I explained my side to the fullest at the time have attempted disability to where was denied by the judge for no reason with a neurologist letter of recommendation, siezer activity on eegs as well as I believe mri's in the past. Then I believe 4 officers at the time took the decision to arrest me at the time being the second bad encounter I was taken in the cruiser when the officer asked me if I would like to speak about what happened with no further inquiry I assume to waive my rights into arriving at the station. I was handcuffed to a wooden bench for I would assume to be 2 hours at least, I assume being examined for I would assume alchol or drugs with no medical backing of depekot anything along those lines. A girl then slammed a piece of paper infront of me staring legal action was being placed on me from the commonwealth of massachusetts in a slandersome way I perceived , I was the places into a cell never asked if I require medical attention I was in pain and was having myoclonic jerks siezers at the time which was not addressed, A ripped shirt and swollen side. The lack of professionals and credibility in this department blows my mind. I was not taken seriously and basically being mocked of the situation was saddening tosay the least when working on the waterfront I see the same in hard core drug abusers. Seems tobe a lack of proffesionalism aswell as training where I feel should not be so. This also ended most friendships with a friend of mine at the time Nick Mayo who works at on the go, Aswell as clerkmajisreate, son christopher nobrega a friend of mine whois in close contact with the department being a past emt worker which friendship ended post 3 years in the army I believe. I speculate lead to a fight/spit all over my apartment at 60 main street in Fairhaven mass at the time.My life has surely changed from this incident I feel for the worse aswell as lack of I feel adult decisions/persona has worsen my siezers ect ever since. Also dave is to my knowledge a known donor to the department as when live/stay he does make donations per claim. Not sure if by chance this plays a roll.
Hi, My name is Justin DeSousa. I have lived in this town for near 28 years of my life and have struggled with JME a form of eplepicy for at least half of my life to this point which requires medication, consistant blood testing ect for potential kidney failure ect in conjunction with depekot er as to the only working medication for me at this point. Around summer of 2016-2017 was my actual only noticeable encounter with the mattapoisett department prior being a friend and I were meeting up in the park and ride to share a car and randomly searched shich somewhat left me in awe as we were doing nothing illegal. I was dealing with siezers at this point in my life when I was trying experimental CBD oil for my eplepicy with less known side effects vs the depekot er 1000 mg>High end. When my family at the time took the initiative to change that situation on me removing the CBS oil from my room in my sleep without my knowledge come to find out sheri DeSousa brought with her to work with no medical backing. An argument initiated due to having uncontrolled siezers to where the poliece were called (I felt for no reason I made no threatening claims whatsoever) to real no knowledge of my own. I truly felt was not necessary as to this was more medical based not really law enforced from a potentially partial source. The decision at the time was to have a psychiatric evaluation when I was told initially as to be blood level monitoring not a psychiatric evaluation, That soon changed in the ambulance while in the proscess of having epileptic siezers. Resulted in me spending near 3 days in the hospital the first 2 no depekot was admitted while having convulsions, per claim to no blood levels checked at the time to my knowledge does not take 2 days in an Er to have established, This was the first incident. The next I was having an elderly dog pass when was my responsibility to care for as per parents request at youth to care for throughout I assume my stay in the household. I was working at the time part time as to be more on the safer side with my condition when I came home to a crying dog, We had 3 at the time which I assume was the "tea cup Yorkshire terrier" which slept with my parents at the time, Which came out to be a toy fox terrier named zoe the eldest un able to sleep due to back issues in co junction with old age aswell as deteriorating skeletal structure to my knowledge she had no bed to sleep on logically I assume go downstairs establish a proper comforting environment if worse came a bladder leak or f***l spill occurred I could simply fix in the morning, After this occurance I happened to awaken david DeSousa at the time to where he ran and pushed me not knowing why The dog bed fell out of my hand on the backside of the crate near his bathroom, he proceeded to do so until I left the room the dogs were sleeping in to where he slammed the door on my foot felt at the time caused my toes to break after causing me to yell something along the lines what is your problem he then opened the door and took the initiation to repeadily punch my liver area near 8 times after punching my face where I require blood level monitoring as to potential risk to iver failure from the depekot anti seize medication, until I somewhat retaliated tapping him to get him off of me in a modest fashion as to I had no where else to go at the time nore the support systems to do so. He then went downstairs called the poliece department, I explained my side to the fullest at the time have attempted disability to where was denied by the judge for no reason with a neurologist letter of recommendation, siezer activity on eegs as well as I believe mri's in the past. Then I believe 4 officers at the time took the decision to arrest me at the time being the second bad encounter I was taken in the cruiser when the officer asked me if I would like to speak about what happened with no further inquiry I assume to waive my rights into arriving at the station. I was handcuffed to a wooden bench for I would assume to be 2 hours at least, I assume being examined for I would assume alchol or drugs with no medical backing of depekot anything along those lines. A girl then slammed a piece of paper infront of me staring legal action was being placed on me from the commonwealth of massachusetts in a slandersome way I perceived , I was the places into a cell never asked if I require medical attention I was in pain and was having myoclonic jerks siezers at the time which was not addressed, A ripped shirt and swollen side. The lack of professionals and credibility in this department blows my mind. I was not taken seriously and basically being mocked of the situation was saddening tosay the least when working on the waterfront I see the same in hard core drug abusers. Seems tobe a lack of proffesionalism aswell as training where I feel should not be so. This also ended most friendships with a friend of mine at the time Nick Mayo who works at on the go, Aswell as clerkmajisreate, son christopher nobrega a friend of mine whois in close contact with the department being a past emt worker which friendship ended post 3 years in the army I believe. I speculate lead to a fight/spit all over my apartment at 60 main street in Fairhaven mass at the time.My life hahas surelychanged from this incident I feel for the worse aswell as lack of I feel adult decisions/persona has worsen my siezers ect ever since. Also dave DeSousa is to my knowledge a known donor to the department as when live/stay he does make donations per claim. Not sure if bychancethis plays a roll.