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Mass. Cops Caught Egging Sergeant's Home

January 06, 2013  | 

Several off-duty Newton (Mass.) Police officers were caught egging the home of their sergeant in an incident they called a "joke between friends."

The officers were caught by Framingham Police officers. The sergeant declined to press charges and said he is handling the matter internally, reports the Associated Press.


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Ima Leprechaun @ 1/15/2013 6:12 AM

If the entire natioanl news media is parked in your town don't do stupid things because you will get caught.

Ima Leprechaun @ 1/15/2013 6:20 AM

My bad, wrong state. They are so close to each other. I had a Sergeant put a dead skunk in my personal car parked at the Police Department on a hot 90 degree day. He had lock jocked his way into my locked car planted the dead skunk uner the seat at the start of my shift and I found it 8 hours later. I didn't find it funny at all. My PD did nothing about it even though it happened on City property during my shift. The Sergeant was never disciplined and I suspect he was encouraged by my supervisors. Some jokes are not jokes but they are felony vandalism.

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