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Echoes and Mirrors» Blog Archive » a bunch of good cops are now gone

a bunch of good cops are now gone

i personally knew each one of these cops. and not for bad reasons. these guys were upstanding citizens of the town i lived in. in no way were they crooks. part of a dying breed called “good cops”. i think that this was the reason that these events happened to them.

WALPOLE —

The police department today accepted the resignation of a Walpole officer after he was accused of theft.

Officer David Haddigan tendered his resignation this afternoon, according to Deputy Chief of Police Scott Bushway, after appearing in front of Selectmen for a “disciplinary hearing.”

Bushway said that Haddigan, on multiple occasions, stole food items from the Stop & Shop grocery store on Main Street.

REAL STORY— THE OLD MANAGER OF STOP AND SHOP IN WALPOLE ALLOWED OFFICERS TO GET FOOD WHILE ON SHIFT FOR FREE. ITS THE LEAST THE COMMUNITY COULD DO FOR THEIR PROTECTORS. WHAT WENT WRONG- NEW MANAGER.

And another cop was arrested for “borrowing money” from an evidence locker to cover a gambling debt. however the case was interupted and the police department found out about the missing money before he could pay the money back.

NORTH ATTLEBORO – Capt. Daniel Coyle, a veteran police officer who was known as much for his affable personality as for law enforcement professionalism, will be missed as a friend and symbol of the town, those who knew him said today.

Coyle, 51, died suddenly Thursday. The son of former Police Chief John Coyle, the cause of his death was not made public.

“He was very well liked by everyone, a gentleman and a kind person,” said state Rep. Betty Poirier, who worked closely with Coyle when he was in charge of the town’s Drug Abuse Resistance Education program educating children about the dangers of substance abuse.

“The kids all loved him. My heart goes out to his family,” Poirier said.

Coyle, who followed his father’s lead as a law enforcement professional, came up through the ranks, becoming a sergeant and lieutenant and eventually captain. Friends and townspeople said Coyle exuded the quiet professionalism of a police officer, mixed with ample helpings of empathy and concern.

STORY—-EVERY PERSON IN THE TOWN KNEW HIM. HE WAS A DARE OFFICER AND WAS RESPECTED FROM SMALL CHILDREN IN CLASS TO ADULTS. HE WAS THE MODEL OF HOW POLICE OFFICERS USED TO BE. HE NEVER HID BEHIND THE BADGE AND NEVER ABUSED HIS POWER.

FROM WHAT I HEARD HE FINISHED A DETAIL AT A LOCAL FAIR, BOUGHT SEAFOOD AT A LOCAL OCEAN FRESH AND WENT HOME. IT WAS RUMORED AS A POSSIBLE SUICIDE BUT SOME THINGS DO NOT ADD UP.

THANK YOU to the walpole times (walpole ma) and The Sun Chronicle (north attleborough) for the new articles

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Daniel
Daniel

The last thing I thought I'd ever see on this blog was a pro-cop post. Way to mess things up, Craig.