Mass. cop's suspension overturned
Selectmen Chairman Andy Deveau said "The testimony presented came to a clear conclusion that no wrongdoing occurred"
By Katina Caraganis
The Lowell Sun
SHIRLEY, Mass. — Selectmen have overturned the police chief's suspension of a police sergeant accused of misconduct at a Lunenburg restaurant in April while she was off-duty.
Selectmen Chairman Andy Deveau said Monday an anonymous complaint was filed with Police Chief Greg Massak that Sgt. Alfreda Cromwell was allegedly out at Sean Patrick's Restaurant in Lunenburg wearing her uniform pants and had her department-issued gun and badge in plain sight.
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