By William Tauro
A recently fired Somerville Police officer was arrested and is presently in lock up at the Somerville police station awaiting arraignment after he was allegedly caught stealing another police officer’s firearm in the Somerville Police Station locker room.
Allegedly a search warrant was issued to search the former police officer’s home where the stolen weapon was discovered.
Allegedly the suspect was also caught on Somerville Police surveillance video wiping his fingerprints off the locker and leavening the scene.
The story is still developing………..
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Greetings! We are happy to bring you a special edition of Somerville Neighborhood News featuring an exclusive interview with Somerville’s new Superintendent, Mary Skipper. Teachers are setting up their rooms, kids are buying backpacks and notebooks – it’s back to school time. Somerville’s Superintendent Mary Skipper is looking forward to the start of the the school year. She’ll be doing a lot of listening and learning, as well as sharing her experience creating and leading TechBoston Academy. She brings a breadth of experience to her new position. Get to know her in this special edition of SNN. Somerville Neighborhood News is a production of Somerville Community Access Television, made by professional journalists, volunteers and staff. The half-hour news show has as its mission to provide a lively, informative newscast focusing on the events, issues and information impacting Somerville residents.
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GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS THURSDAY, August 27, the 240th day of 2015 with 126 to follow. Sunrise in the Boston area is @ 6:03 and sunset is @ 7:28. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are stars are Mars, Neptune & Uranus. The evening stars are Jupiter, Mercury, Saturn & Venus.
ON THIS DAY IN: 1660 – The books of John Milton were burned in London due to his attacks on King Charles II. Continue reading GOOD MORNING – TODAY IS by John Dwyer