New 2013 fleet of police vehicles hit the streets of Somerville

On September 5, 2012, in Latest News, by The Somerville Times

L to R: Deputy Police Chief Michael Cabral, Mayor Joseph Curtatone, Fleet Manage Freddie Hartsgrove, Fleet Mechanic Mike Capasso and Police Chief Thomas Pasquarello. – Photos by William Tauro

By William Tauro

The City of Somerville’s new fleet of nine 2013 Ford Police Interceptor SUV vehicles hit the streets of Somerville on Wednesday morning. The new additions to the fleet are all-wheel-drive and equipped with the newest and the best state-of-the-art communications and safety equipment available.

Mayor Joseph Curtatone sits behind the wheel of one of the newest additions to the Somerville Police Department’s fleet of 2013 vehicles.


8 Responses to “New 2013 fleet of police vehicles hit the streets of Somerville”

  1. j. connelly says:

    Nice Pics. Shouldnt he be in the……lol

  2. Robert Spinney says:

    Looks great..

  3. Sheila says:

    The Mayor is always making everything better and better!!!

  4. Ray Spitzer says:

    Wow! The robocops are coming! :)

  5. A Moore says:

    Wished they would have spent the money on a fingerprinting kit so they could have found who stole 5 of my vehicles and my sons car and several vandalised vehicles and 5 breakins.. Now they get to ride around in style. Not impressed at all.

  6. Heidi Klum says:

    Black shoes with a navy suit? You look like a bruise, Mayor Joe!

    Brown shoes & navy suit looks so much better.

  7. j. connelly says:

    Ray may be right…the vehicles are futuristic. The 1st DUI they pull over, the DUI will try to arrest the cop for impersonating a police cruiser…

    Wait till they get them for the fire department, with all that gear they wear responding it will be…then again the men & women of the SFD are very resourceful…..Give then 10 minutes with the jaws of life and they’ll make the vehicle accomodating to their needs……lol

  8. Coco Chanel says:

    No way, Heidi – black shoes with navy suit is the only way to go.

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