image description

Adams Police Release Video, Challenge Racial Profiling Allegations

Using dash cam footage, Police Chief Richard Tarsa challenged allegations of racial profiling during a vehicle stop in connection with last week's shooting.

image description

Adams Police to Implement Project Safe Return

Police Chief Richard Tarsa told the Selectmen last week that the department will now provide developmentally disabled residents with metal identifications tags that will allow police to identify them through a database and better communicate with them.

image description

Adams Police To Start Gift Drive

Officers Colby Clark, Gregory Onorato and Travis Cunningham wanted to bring a little Christmas cheer to town this year and teamed up with the Berkshire Community Action Council, Council on Aging and the Parish of St. John Paul II to start a gift drive.

image description

Adams Police Welcome New Officer

The Selectmen appointed Officer Dakota Baker on Wednesday as a full-time patrol officer. "He has got a good head on his shoulders, and he takes a great pride in being a police officer," Police Chief Richard Tarsa told the board. "It is with great joy that I to welcome Dakota Baker to the ranks of the Adams Police Department."

image description

Hoosac Valley Students Hold Mock Trial With Adams Police

Because of the fine policing of Hoosac Valley sixth-graders, a perpetrator was found guilty and sentenced to 15 years in state prison. The hammer of the law came down swiftly Wednesday afternoon when the honorable Edmund St. John IV heard the evidence gathered by the Hoosac Valley forensics after-school program and sent Adams Police Officer Travis Cunningham into confinement for armed robbery and larceny.

image description

Adams Police Bring On Local Reserve Officers

The Selectmen ratified two new reserve officers to serve on the Police Department. Police Chief Richard Tarsa introduced Adams residents Benjamin Alibozek and Dakota Baker to the Selectmen on Wednesday.

image description

Adams Police Receive Underage Drinking Prevention Grant

The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security's Highway Safety Division and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration awarded the Adams Police Department $4,954.99 to prevent underage drinking. The Adams Police Department announced Monday that it was one of the 72 communities in Massachusetts to receive a portion of $490,960.93 dispersed throughout the state.

image description

Adams Town Hall New Home for Carving of K-9 Kumar

The Adams Police Department presented the town with a life-size wooden statue of the town's K-9, Kumar, in a special case. Police Chief Richard Tarsa, Officer Travis Cunningham, and K-9 Officer Curtis Crane brought the hand-carved and painted statue made by Berkshire Carousel to Wednesday's Selectmen's meeting.

More Stories