Mass. cops caught egging sergeant’s house
Police were surprised when the reported 'teens' turned out to be fellow officers from a neighboring town
By PoliceOne Staff
NEWTON, Mass. — Three off-duty Newton police were caught egging their sergeant’s house by Framingham police in the early morning of Dec. 11.
Framingham police were responding to a call that teenagers were throwing eggs at a nearby residence, and drove off in a red car, according to Metro West Daily News.
Police stopped the car, where the occupants identified themselves as Newton police, and admitted to egging the house, saying it was a joke between friends.
Framingham police spoke to the homeowner, a Newton police sergeant, who said he would handle the matter internally within the department.
No charges were filed against the Newton officers.
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