Shrewsbury Resident Fills Vacancy on Northborough PD
This lifelong resident will start with the Northborough police this week.
A lifelong Shrewsbury resident is one of two new hires to the Northborough Police Department.
Chief Mark Leahy announced to the Board of Selectmen that Michael Bisset, 23, and Joseph Donahue, 28, will join the department effective Jan. 16.
Donahue attended St. John's High School and graduated from Brown University in 2007 with a degree in geological studies. Donahue's father is a sergeant in Boylston, and he also has a brother in the secret service and another brother who works as a postal pager. Donanue is also an accomplished rower who has spent time as a crew team coach.
He graduated in the top 10 of the police academy class.
The hires fill two vacancies in the department.
Ryan Caneen took a position in the Worcester Police Department, and Shane DiDonato left at the end of last year to return to his hometown of Dudley, where he took a position on their police department.