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Watertown police investigate after power transformer, fire hydrant damaged

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WATERTOWN —  The Watertown Police Department is investigating after a power transformer and fire hydrant were damaged early Thursday morning, June 2nd. It happened in the area of S. 12th Street and Air Park Drive in Watertown.

Investigation conducted by Watertown Police Officers revealed that a piece of construction equipment had been accessed from a nearby work site and used to damage the power transformer and fire hydrant.

The Watertown Fire Department along with We Energies and the Watertown Water Department responded to the scene.

The investigation remains active.

Anyone with information on this or other crimes are encouraged to call the Watertown Police Department at (920) 261-6660 or report it anonymously by texting “WTTN” and your tip to Tip411 (847411).

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1 Comment

  • You Know Who You Are

    Why can’t Kilwaukee deal with these types of crimes versus the constant robbing and shooting?

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