More Details Released in Newton Police Egging Incident

Five officers were involved in egging the home of a Newton Police sergeant.

New details have recently surfaced about an incident involving five off-duty Newton Police officers who were caught egging a sergeant's home in Framingham. 

Among those details is information that the sergeant loaded his gun before investigating the noise outside his home, according to a recent report in The Boston Globe. 

The Globe report also reveals that the five off-duty officers who were involved with the egging incident were required to write letters explaining the actions to Interim Chief Howard Mintz. In the letters, the officers described the events around the Dec. 11 egging and apologized for the "prank."

The department disciplined all five officers. Three of the officers are Michael Iarossi, Declan Healy, and Jeff Boudreau, the Globe reported. The other officer names were not released by the Newton department and not included in the Framingham Police report.

The egging incident is the latest in news surrounding behavior within the Newton Police Department; former Chief Matthew Cummings was fired in October after an investigation claimed he had kicked and verbally harassed his secretary. In a separate incident, , for alleged comments made toward a female officer.

For more information, read the full story in the Boston Globe

marty January 24, 2013 at 07:15 AM
Hate Crime in my opinion. Much more to this story.
mike February 15, 2013 at 06:16 PM
Im so sick of the newton police department thinking that they are legitamit. They drink and drive ALL the time and then turn around and arrest others for it. Childish townies who could not do anything else with there lives had some random family connection and decided to be a cop where they parade around as tough guys even thought hey were losers all of their lives.
Melanie Graham February 15, 2013 at 06:59 PM
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