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By adamg - 11/25/13 - 11:12 am

UPDATE: Judge Benjamin Barnes ordered D'Amato released on personal recognizance when he's well enough to get out of Mass. General, where he's being treated for his injuries, the DA's office reports. The judge banned him from driving, however. Both his alleged victims are now out of the hospital.

State Police have charged one of their own for a crash this morning on Rte. 1 that sent a cruiser occupied by a State Trooper into the car he had stopped for motor-vehicle violations.

By adamg - 10/14/13 - 10:56 pm

Trooper Nearly Struck in O'Neil Tunnel

State Police have released this video of an out-of-control car nearly plowing into Trooper Jay Clement, sitting in a cruiser inside an O'Neill Tunnel work zone:

Trooper Clement noticed this vehicle at the last moment. Miraculously the operator of the small black car turned at the last moment, missing Trooper Clement, by only inches. The small black car was sliding out of control when he passes Trooper Clement. Subsequently, Trooper Clement stopped the motor vehicle. The operator was not impaired.

By adamg - 10/11/13 - 6:32 am

Shortly after 2 a.m. near the Meadow Glen Mall, Stanley Staco reports. The officer opened fire after "becoming scared for his life," Jessica Reyes at WFXT tweets. Arthur Burns at WHDH reports Rte. 16 is shut between Mystic Avenue and Wellington Circle and that the ramp from 93 to 16 is closed; State Police warn commuters to seek alternate routes.

By adamg - 8/17/13 - 4:08 pm

Newly elected state Sen. Linda Dorcena Forry says she'll continue predecessor Jack Hart's effort to give Boston Police the right to patrol land along the South Boston waterfront owned by Massport.

Her vow comes after the Herald reported State Police, who now have sole jurisdiction over the land, sat on information about a woman being picked up by a gypsy cab driver who then drove her to Newton and raped her, because of an ongoing spat with BPD over South Boston waterfront jursidiction.

By adamg - 10/26/12 - 8:12 am

WBZ reports a state trooper with an annual salary upwards of $200,000 parked his camper on some waterfront Massport land (leased from the city) and set up housekeeping there. Story includes choice quotes from City Council President Steve Murphy on how this guy is worse than participants in Occupy Boston on the Greenway last year.

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By adamg - 8/31/12 - 10:02 pm

The supervisor in charge of a state-lab chemist under investigation for possible improprieties related to drug tests has been put on leave, State Police said today. Complete statement from State Police Colonel Timothy Alben:

By adamg - 6/27/12 - 3:26 pm

State Police announced today they've terminated Adam Paicos, a trooper caught off duty driving the wrong way on Memorial Drive in April. In a statement, State Police add:

On a date in May, Paicos was observed by a senior command officer engaged in further conduct unbecoming a state trooper, also while off-duty. Paicos was still on probationary employment status when the incidents occurred. The internal investigation into the Memorial Drive incident is ongoing.

By adamg - 5/29/12 - 8:22 am

Trooper and lost boy

State Police posted this photo of Trooper Carolyn Manzi taking a lost boy back to his mom at Revere Beach yesterday.

By adamg - 5/7/12 - 9:43 am

Boy and trooper, 50 years later. Photo by Mass. State Police.Boy (l.) and trooper, 50 years later. Photo by Mass. State Police.

State Police report the passing of retired Trooper Dick Clemens, who was the model for the state trooper in Rockwell's famous painting "The Runaway."

The photo above shows him in 2008 - the 50th anniversary of the painting - at State Police headquarters in Framingham with Ed Locke, who posed as the boy.

Trooper Clemens greeted everyone in his humble way, with a constant smile, a firm hand shake and a warm hello. He was 84.

The photograph Rockwell used for the painting - and how it differs.

By adamg - 1/3/12 - 10:45 am

Channel 4 reports on the federal charges against John Analetto, who allegedly threatened to kill his bookmaking partner, which turned out to be a mistake since the guy was actually an FBI informant.

By adamg - 11/22/11 - 10:56 am

A State Police captain will likely be suspended today over a Saturday incident in which he allegedly refused to stop for Saugus Police investigating an activated residential burglar alarm, State Police say, adding he may have been drunk at the time.

Thomas McCarthy, 47, had his cruiser and gun seized pending a hearing today on his duty status, State Police say in a statement. McCarthy was commander of Troop C, which covers central Massachusetts.

By adamg - 6/2/11 - 7:58 am

The Globe reports the push comes after Monday's Carson Beach incident:

“They're perfectly suited to do a lot of important jobs in policing," [Commissioner Ed] Davis said of State Police. "They’re not as well suited to doing community policing in the neighborhoods in Boston."

By adamg - 10/5/09 - 5:18 pm

Boston Police tweet a State Police K-9 bit a Boston Police officer during a joint search on Norfolk Street early this afternoon. No word on how serious the bite was.

By margalit - 7/5/09 - 8:42 pm

Yesterday my daughter and I decided to brave the crowds and head to the Esplanade from Newton. Before we left I checked the July 4th web site put up by the city, and specifically looked for information about handicapped parking and seating. On the site they indicated that there would be parking spaces for the handicapped with placards on Storrow Drive as well as a parking lot at Mass Eye and Ear with shuttle buses.

By adamg - 1/29/09 - 10:02 am

Stephie says farewell to Richard Cashin, the State Police captain who died in a car accident in Saugus early yesterday:

By adamg - 1/27/09 - 8:22 am

Edward McCormack, 38, of West Roxbury, will be arraigned this morning in Suffolk Superior Court on charges he managed to obtain potent painkillers from a number of different pharmacies to feed his own addiction, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office:

By Kaz - 1/13/09 - 11:30 am

So, I had my magistrate hearing for my scooter problem from back in September. I posted the details and result of today's hearing in response to the original post, but I wasn't sure how many people would see it using the "Most recent posts" as opposed to the story list and I know that many were interested to hear how it all turned out.

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