Boston school cop nabs armed teen


By Jessica Van Sack
The Boston Herald

BOSTON — Fresh off a promotion, the new chief of the city school police force helped intercept an armed teen yesterday outside a Dorchester school before the bullets could fly.

Eric J. Weston, 47, was named the new chief of safety services yesterday by schools Superintendent Carol R. Johnson. Johnson said Weston "has a proven track record of success in prevention and enforcement.''

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