By Jonathan Saltzman
BOSTON — Hours after Boston police officer Roberto Pulido abruptly ended his federal cocaine trafficking trial by pleading guilty today, Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis vowed to investigate other allegations of corruption that emerged during two days of testimony.
"There certainly was information that came out during the course of the trial that we have to review,'' Davis told reporters after giving a pep talk at the evening roll call of the motorcycle unit to which Pulido had belonged. He also posted a message to officers on the department's website. "There will be a thorough investigation.''
Boston police commissioner vows to root out corruption