No charges for Boston cop in fatal crash

By John R. Ellement
The Boston Globe

BOSTON — Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley today decided against prosecuting a Boston Police officer whose cruiser collided with another vehicle in South Boston in November, killing the woman who was driving the second car.

But Conley told Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis in a letter that the death of Ann-Marie McNally and the actions of Officer Jesse Stots highlighted a need for increased training on safe driving techniques for officers responding to emergencies.

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