Formerly second in command
A Massachusetts State Police photo

– News from elsewhere covered by Quincy Quarry News with commentary added.


Massachusetts State Police’s second in command retires amid arrest report controversy.


Another head has rolled at the top ranks of the Massachusetts State Police in the wake of it coming out that an offer of sexual favors was ordered to be scrubbed from the arrest report of the daughter of a Worcester Drug Court judge who had arrested for alleged drugged driving.


Drug court judge under a microscope?
A Christine Peterson/Worcester Telegram and Gazette photo

As reported by Quincy Quarry’s Pulitzer Prize winning brethren at the Boston Globe, the second in command filed for retirement yesterday in the wake of his boss putting in for retirement late last Friday afternoon.


In further breaking badly bad news, yesterday the now-former head of the state police further as well as officially sought to change the effective date of his retirement to immediately.


Will more heads roll?


If they do, expect Quincy Quarry to probably cover it.

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