- Quincy cops to seek assault charge against Milton officer
- Four arrested for heroin in Braintree
- There Is No Epidemic of Racist Police Shootings
Quincy cops to seek assault charge against Milton officer
Ex-Dedham cop convicted in Avon kidnapping released again Maikeryne Sarria, 28, of 16 Hall Place, Quincy, was arraigned Thursday in Quincy District Court.and
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A criminal complaint filed in Quincy District Court on Monday alleges that the incident began with Lopes driving erratically down Main Street in Weymouth, 16 miles south of Boston, on Sunday morning. A neighbor told police that after Chesna got out of his car, Lopes struck him in the head with a rock, causing the officer to drop his gun, according to the court documents. Lopes "picked up the firearm, stood over Off. Chesna, and fired approximately 5 rounds in the area of Off. As other officers pursued Lopes, the documents allege, he entered the backyard of a nearby home and fired three rounds, striking Adams in the chest and killing her. Lopes was shot in the leg by responding officers and taken into custody with an empty gun still in his hand, the documents allege.
In June, a jury found Thomas Corliss guilty of ripping off taxpayers by collecting double pay for working overlapping details and police shifts in However, prior to heading to prison, the WBZ I-Team discovered Corliss received a payout for thousands of dollars of unused sick time. A source within the Quincy Police Department first tipped off the I-Team, upset the veteran officer had not been terminated prior to the payout. We followed the system, and unfortunately, the system allowed for this type of situation to play out. By state law, Corliss was entitled to cash in the accrued vacation time.
Four arrested for heroin in Braintree
QUINCY Quincy police plan to seek an assault and battery charge against a deputy police chief on the Milton Police Department who allegedly struck a woman in the face late Thursday night. - The incident was reported on March 25 in Massachusetts.
There Is No Epidemic of Racist Police Shootings
Chiefs across the state have been updating policies and sending out memos to make it clear to their employees that marijuana remains illegal in the eyes of the federal government despite a successful ballot measure earlier this month that will decriminalize the drug under state law. But at least one lawyer who has advised law enforcement leaders in Massachusetts for decades says he expects unions to put up a fight the first time a chief tries to fire an employee for smoking pot off the clock. The measure approved by voters Nov. Starting Dec. Retail marijuana shops will be allowed to open in early Massachusetts law requires that police officers be legally able to use a firearm. The Patriot Ledger reached out to several local and state union representatives to ask about their positions on recreational marijuana, but most did not respond.