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Meet Officer Kenneth "Cody" Stanley

June 11, 2018 

As part of the ongoing effort to introduce our newest police officers, we introduce Officer Kenneth "Cody" Stanley. Cody served 8 years active duty service in the United States Air Force.

Q: Why did you become a police officer?
A: I've always wanted to help people since I was a young kid.

Q: What activities do you enjoy on your time off?
A: Golfing

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Charity Softball Game

June 6, 2018 

Mark your calendars!

Come out and cheer on the Quincy Police as we square off against Feeney Brothers Utility Services in a charity softball game that almost guarantees highlights in the next Worlds Greatest Sports Bloopers video. All proceeds will benefit the Houghs Neck flooding victims.

DATE: Thursday, June 21st
TIME: 6pm
LOCATION: O'Rourke Field, 515 Quarry St, Quincy

There is no admission fee, but we will "pass the hat" during the game.

Hope to see you there!

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Meet Officer Timothy Duggan

June 5, 2018 

Over the course of the next few weeks, we will introduce our six newest officers that graduated from the MBTA Transit Academy on April 27th. At this point, all have completed the in-house portion of their field training (rules, regulations, etc). They have now moved into one of the most important aspects of policing - street patrol. Each new officer is assigned to a Field Training Officer who will help them get to know the city and how we, as a department, operate.

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Meet Officer Michael McNeil

June 4, 2018 

Over the course of the next few weeks, we will introduce our six newest officers that graduated from the MBTA Transit Academy on April 27th. At this point, all have completed the in-house portion of their field training (rules, regulations, etc). They have now moved into one of the most important aspects of policing - street patrol. Each new officer is assigned to a Field Training Officer who will help them get to know the city and how we, as a department, operate.

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Officer Ryan Donnelly Receives the Robert P. Dana Award

May 3, 2018 

This morning during the “Law Day” ceremony held at Quincy District Court, Officer Ryan Donnelly received the prestigious Robert P Dana Distinguished Service Award for meritorious police work.

On June 11, 2017, at approximately 4:50 p.m., off duty Officer Ryan Donnelly was traveling on Route 3A towards Plymouth. As he approached the exit 9 Route 3 overpass he observed two motorcycles pulled over. As Officer Donnelly slowed down, he observed a man hanging off of a fence over the northbound traffic of Route 3. Officer Donnelly pulled over, exited his truck and observed the male to be crying and yelling. Officer Donnelly spoke with one of the bystanders who was talking with the man. He told the bystander that he is a Police Officer and a Crisis Negotiator and was going to take over the scene.

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Officers Investigate Fatal Crash

April 30, 2018 

On Sunday, April 29, 2018, at approx. 7:27pm, officers were dispatched to Quincy Ave and East/West Howard Street on a report of a crash involving a motorcycle.

Preliminary investigation indicates that the operator of the motorcycle, identified as Nicholas Lombardi, 26, of Easton, was traveling southbound on Quincy Ave at a high rate of speed when he lost control. Mr. Lombardi was ejected from the motorcycle and he and the motorcycle struck separate vehicles in traffic. He was transported to South Shore Hospital where he later succumbed to his injuries.

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Two Arrested on Gun Charges Following Search Warrant

April 27, 2018 

During the months of March and April, the Quincy Police Drug Control Unit (DCU) along with Braintree Police Department Drug Control Unit, South Shore Drug Task Force, and the Boston Police Department became involved in a drug investigation into a drug trafficking organization headed by Matthew Martinez of 74 Tirrell Street, Apt. 2R, Quincy MA. As a result of this investigation, search warrants were issued for the residence of Mr. Martinez, as well as his vehicle.

On 04/26/2018 at 6:00am, members of the QPD DCU executed the search warrants. Inside the home, detectives located Mr. Martinez and Lisselot Ariasbaez. The following items were seized: $2,346 US Dollars, brass knuckles, a KAHR CW-45 SE1082 firearm, magazine loaded w/ 6 rounds of .45 caliber ammunition, numerous cellular phones, items indicative of drug sales, as well as other items.


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Three Arrested Following Foot Pursuit

April 12, 2018 

On April 11, 2018, at approx 6:40pm, Officer Paul Foley was monitoring traffic at the intersection of Apthorp St and Quincy Shore Dr when he observed a red Chrysler Pacifica speeding. As the Pacifica passed by him, Officer Foley noticed the vehicles windows were heavily tinted. Officer Foley activated his emergency lights and siren in an attempt to pull the vehicle over in the area of Pratt Rd, however, the vehicle fled. Officer Foley terminated his pursuit as the vehicle continued to accelerate and reached speeds of approx. 60 miles per hour.

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A Night of Bowling Fundraiser

April 4, 2018 

We are excited to announce our 2nd Annual Night of Bowling Fundraiser. This year's fundraiser will benefit Quincy Public Schools "CARES" (Children Achieve Real Educational Success) Program.

WHEN: Saturday, April 21st
WHERE: O'Lindy's Bowling
TIME: 6pm*-10PM

CARES is a series of intensive language-based substantially separate classrooms for students who have Pervasive Developmental Disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorders and other severe disabilities marked by communication, social and cognitive delays.

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Judge Orders 8 to 10 Year Sentence For Animal Cruelty

March 28, 2018 

A former Quincy man has been sentenced to 8 to 10 years in Massachusetts State Prison following his conviction on 12 counts of animal cruelty, according to Norfolk District Attorney Michael W. Morrissey.

The Commonwealth asked Norfolk Superior Court Judge Beverly Cannone to impose a sentence of 12 to 15 years even though Massachusetts suggested sentencing guidelines called for incarceration of 0 to 18 months. Defendant Radoslaw Czerkawski’s defense attorney, Larry Tipton, asked Judge Cannone to sentence the defendant to 4 ½ to 5 years in state prison.

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