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By Tamara Race
The Patriot Ledger

PLYMOUTH -
For the second time in a week, a Plymouth police officer has resigned after alleged misconduct.
Kevin M. Coakley, 51, of 96 Bianca Road, Duxbury resigned Thursday morning just before his arraignment in Plymouth District Court on firearms charges.
Coakley pleaded innocent to charges of firing a gun near a highway, firing a gun within 500 feet of a house, and possession of a large capacity gun without a license.
Judge Thomas Brownell prohibited Coakley from possessing any guns, including his service revolver, pending resolution of the case.
Coakley was placed on paid administrative leave last month after Duxbury police charged him with shooting his gun in his driveway.
Coakley lied to Duxbury officers by repeatedly claiming the Glock semi-automatic pistol he used to shoot at a coyote, was his police issued weapon when it was not, police reports state.
Plymouth equips police with a 40 caliber Smith and Wesson, acting Chief Michael Botieri said.

http://www.enterprisenews.com/news/...-week-resigns-after-allegations-of-misconduct
 

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Patriot Ledger said:
Judge Thomas Brownell prohibited Coakley from possessing any guns, including his service revolver

claiming the Glock semi-automatic pistol he used to shoot at a coyote
Di-di-di......idiots
 

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Coakley pleaded innocent to charges of firing a gun near a highway, firing a gun within 500 feet of a house, and possession of a large capacity gun without a license.
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Only in Massachusetts can a Police Officer be charger with "possession of a large capacity firearm".
 

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Coakley pleaded innocent to charges of firing a gun near a highway, firing a gun within 500 feet of a house, and possession of a large capacity gun without a license.
Only in Massachusetts can a Police Officer be charger with "possession of a large capacity firearm".[/quote]

I'm betting they can do it in Kalifornia and Maryland too!
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