Press Release

Nov 7, 2012

Sheriff & Sharks Team Up to Fight Hunger

WORCESTER – Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis and Worcester Sharks President Michael A. Mudd have announced that the Office of the Worcester County Sheriff and the Worcester Sharks Organization have teamed up with Price Chopper for the 7th Annual Worcester County Sheriff’s Food Drive to be held when the Worcester Sharks host the Connecticut Whale on Saturday, November 17th at 7:00p.m. at the DCU Center.

In addition, former New England Patriot Kevin Faulk will sign autographs in the DCU Center Concourse from 2-4pm and Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis will drop the puck at game time. Read more…

Aug 7, 2012

Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. 2013 Calendar now on sale featuring Worcester County Sheriff’s Department K9s


Vested Interest in K9s, Inc. announces their 2013 color calendar featuring the Worcester County Sheriff’s Department’s bloodhounds Adam and Molly, in the month of June, as well as other Massachusetts police dogs. The calendar is now on sale for $15.00 online and at select retailers. Proceeds from the sales will provide bullet and stab protective vests for police dogs actively working without the potentially life saving equipment. Read more…

Jan 18, 2012

Worcester County Sheriff & Worcester County District Attorney Team Up to Promote Senior Citizen Safety

“The First Annual Worcester County Senior Safety Summit” held at the Leicester Country Club.Attended by Police and Fire Chiefs and Senior Center Directors from over 31 towns throughout Worcester County, the meeting was a collaborative effort between local law enforcement and the Council on Aging to identify and address the public safety needs and concerns of the senior community. Read more…

Jan 6, 2012

Sheriff Evangelidis is Mystery Reader at Sutton Elementary School

SUTTON — Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis recently was a “very special mystery reader” at Sutton Elementary School. Sheriff Evangelidis spent the morning with Mrs. Whittier’s and Mrs. King’s second-grade class as well as Mrs. Junilla’s fifth-grade class to discuss his role in the community as Worcester County sheriff and to read “Diamond Jim Dandy and the Sheriff.” Students received special junior sheriff badges.