Four indicted in Mass. town's police scandal
By Milton J. Valencia
HAMILTON, Mass. — With last week’s indictment of four people, including a former police chief, and the disciplining of several officers, officials in Hamilton hope the town can move forward from a scandal that has rocked its police force.
“We’re finally about to turn the corner and move on from this,’’ David Carey, chairman of the Board of Selectmen, said last night. “We think we’ll be back on track.’’
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