On Thursday 3/5/2020 at approximately 1630 hours members of the Watervliet Police Department were on foot patrol in the area of 21st street and Broadway when they came upon a motor vehicle crash that had just occurred. While officers were walking towards the accident to investigate, the operator of one of the vehicle’s involved fled
On February 25th, 2020 at approximately 8:00 AM Aijeleth Farmer (DOB 5/16/96) was arrested on an active arrest warrant issued out of the Watervliet City Court. The warrant was the result of a thorough investigation performed by the Watervliet Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Unit which was conducted over the course of several months. It is
Watervliet resident Paul E. Rostick was arrested in the town of Colonie on Tuesday, February 11th, 2020. Rostick was accused of robbing a Taco Bell in Colonie and subsequently released due to newly enacted NYS bail reforms. Eight days later on Wednesday Februrary 19th, Rostick was arrested by the Watervliet Police Department twice in a
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Great job by WPD in quickly locating this suspect and taking him into custody. A special thank you to the Albany County Sheriff’s Office and Troy PD for assisting with K9 units, and the New York State Police for providing uniformed State Police Officers and the NYSP Dive Team for their assistance in locating evidence.
Patrolman Christopher Toleman promoted to Sergeant
Today is the nationally held “Coffee with a Cop” day! Officers from the Watervliet Police Department were in front of the station participating in the event from 7:30AM-9:30PM. Coffee and refreshments were provided with items donated from Price Chopper and Chris’s Coffee. Officers met with members of the community to discuss a variety of things
Stray bullets spark a conversation of gun violence Watervliet Police Officers are continuing an investigation into this incident. Anyone who may have additional information is urged to contact The Watervliet Police Department directly at (518)270-3833, or anonymously online at Capital Region Crime Stoppers.