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December 09, 2020
What happened to Danielle Clermont when she was a candidate for a job as a Tisbury Police officer in 2017 was wrong. What happened to her when she was a candidate for a job as a Westwood Police officer is disgraceful, and shows a pattern of behavior in the Tisbury Police Department that needs to be rooted out.
December 09, 2020
BARNSTABLE — A Barnstable police officer filed a lawsuit against the town, police Chief Matthew Sonnabend, Deputy Chief Mark Cabral and Lt. John Murphy, saying he was pushed out of his job as a detective because of his age and for reporting Murphy for allegedly drinking on the job.
November 27, 2020
BOSTON — A former Tisbury police officer has sued the town and two department officials, alleging that they discriminated against her based on her race and sexual orientation during and after her time on the job.
November 24, 2020
A former Tisbury Police sergeant says she was discriminated against by fellow police officers because she is a Hispanic gay woman, according to a federal lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Boston.
November 11, 2020
BOSTON — A Whitman police officer is suing the town, a former police chief and a former town administrator for $750,000, saying they discriminated against him and didn't accommodate his disabilities.
November 04, 2020
The Baker administration wrongly blamed career State Police civilian employee Melissa O'Meara for mistakes in the Office of Alcohol Testing according to an arbitrator who has ordered that she be rehired and collect $255,000 in back pay.
September 25, 2020
Tisbury has settled a federal lawsuit with a fired police lieutenant, agreeing to pay Eerik Meisner $400,000 — about four times the $114,000 he earned during his last full year on the department.
December 11, 2019 | Aviva Luttrell |
Two former Massachusetts State Police troopers accused of taking free guns from a prospective vendor and weapons from the state police armory were arraigned on the charges in East Brookfield District Court.
May 09, 2018 | Bob Dunn | Berkshire Eagle
Dale Eason disqualified himself from being a police officer when he falsified information on a report, an attorney representing the Pittsfield Police Department argued before the state's highest court.

But his attorney contended other officers have not been held to the same standard, and that an arbiter's ruling that he be reinstated should stand.

The Supreme Judicial Court heard arguments Monday over the city's effort to block the arbiter's ruling, which called for Eason to be reinstated following a three-day suspension for falsifying a police report.
March 31, 2018 | Brad Petrishen |
After a retrial sparked by a legal error, a Worcester Superior Court jury Friday awarded $885,000 to a Millbury official who alleged Worcester Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis' office fired him for reporting illegal campaign activity at the jail during the 2010 election.
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