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Boston Officer Wounded in Last Week’s Firefight Released from Hospital

October 20, 2016
One of two Boston Police officers who were shot in East Boston last week has been released from the hospital.

Man Who Critically Wounded Boston Officers Wanted to Die Famous

October 14, 2016
Heavily armed and armored gunman Kirk Figueroa, shot dead in Wednesday's firefight in East Boston, told one of his roommates he intended to die famous — right before police say he opened fire with a tactical shotgun, critically injuring two officers before other officers fatally shot him.

2 Wounded Boston Police Officers Undergoing Further Surgery

October 14, 2016
Two wounded Boston police officers are undergoing another round of surgeries today, police said.

Boston PD Identifies Officers Critically Wounded in Wednesday Firefight

October 13, 2016
Two veterans of the Boston Police Department have been identified as the officers critically wounded late Wednesday night during a shootout with an armed man inside an East Boston home.

Video: 2 Boston Officers “Extremely Critical” After Firefight at Domestic Call, Suspect Killed

October 13, 2016
Two Boston police officers were shot and critically wounded in East Boston responding to a fight between roommates last night, leaving both officers in "extremely critical" condition, Police Commissioner William B. Evans said early this morning.

2 Boston Officers “Extremely Critical” After Firefight at Domestic Call, Suspect Killed

October 13, 2016
Two Boston police officers were shot and critically wounded in East Boston responding to a fight between roommates last night, leaving both officers in "extremely critical" condition, Police Commissioner William B. Evans said early this morning. More Here.

Marijuana Legalization Leading In All States Where On November Ballot

October 7, 2016
Marijuana advocates are heading into the final weeks of the 2016 campaign with the wind at their backs as the latest polling shows legalization measures currently favored by voters in all five states where they're on the ballot.

MA Chief Fired for Allegedly Tampering with Evidence in Misconduct Investigation

October 4, 2016
According to Theken, Campanello erased the memory of his city-issued phone and suggested someone else in the department stole the phone and tampered with it. City officials later recovered more than 600 deleted texts between Campanello and one of the women.

MA Court: Black Men Fleeing from Officers Not Grounds for Suspicion

September 22, 2016
Black men who try to avoid an encounter with Boston police by fleeing may have a legitimate reason to do so — and should not be deemed suspicious — according to a ruling by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

Boston Police Union, Commissioner Spar Over Body Camera Use

September 6, 2016
Boston's police commissioner squared off in court Tuesday with the leader of the city's largest police union over a plan to have 100 officers wear body cameras, as lawyers for each side accused the other of having "unclean hands."

Businesses Working to Bring Back Boston PD's Mounted Unit

August 19, 2016
Boston business leaders are working to help raise the $1 million to $1.5 million needed to get officers back in the saddle, patrolling parks and parades as part of a new mounted unit.

Massachusetts Woman Held Without Bail After Allegedly Biting Off Part of Salem Officer's Ear

August 11, 2016
A rookie Salem, MA, patrol officer was left with a disfiguring injury when a young Marblehead woman bit off part of the officer's ear during an arrest early Sunday, police said.

Massachusetts Police Union Asks Mayor to Remove Black Lives Matter Banner from City Hall

July 22, 2016
Somerville, MA, police officers are asking that the city’s mayor remove a banner supporting the “Black Lives Matter” movement from City Hall and replace it with one proclaiming “All Lives Matter.”

Massachusetts Attorney General Bans Sale of “Copycat” Rifles

July 21, 2016
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced Wednesday that she will enforce a ban on the sale of what she called "copycat" assault-style weapons, effective immediately.

Off-Duty Massachusetts Officer Saves Little Girl's Life

June 24, 2016
Cambridge (MA) Police Detective Angel Barbosa was off-duty and enjoying time with his family at a country club when a near-tragedy unfolded before him on Memorial Day weekend.

Massachusetts State Police Issue Officer Safety Alert Following Man's Twitter Threats

June 3, 2016
Massachusetts State Police sent out a safety bulletin to law enforcement agencies this week after a Boston man posted a video to Twitter saying he was going to “take a gun” and “kill” police or EMTs.

Hundreds Pay Respects to Fallen Massachusetts Officer

May 26, 2016
There was a showing of officers from as far away as New York City, as hundreds of police officers attended the wake of Auburn, MA, police Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr., who was fatally shot during a traffic stop.

Judge Called Future Massachusetts Cop Killer "Troubling" Then Set $500 Bail

May 24, 2016
“This is troubling. Authority means nothing to him, it’s exactly the opposite,” said Judge Andrew L. Mandell. “It was awhile ago but he got two and a half years in jail for assault and battery on a police officer along with another, more significant sentence."

Suspected Massachusetts Cop Killer Dead, Trooper Wounded

May 23, 2016
An Auburn, MA, police officer was shot and killed during a traffic stop early Sunday, setting off a massive daylong manhunt that ended in an explosion of gunfire when the suspect burst from a bedroom closet, opened fire, and was fatally shot by police.

Massachusetts Officer Shot, Killed at Traffic Stop

May 22, 2016
An Auburn, MA, Police officer was shot and killed early Sunday morning during a traffic stop.
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