A Boston Police Officer Gets Fired For Losing His Service Weapon

Updated On 07 May, 2019 Published On

A police officer in Boston was fired from his job after his service weapon was stolen during a rendezvous with strippers at a Rhode Island hotel.

Sgt. John Boyle, who handled the case, said the police officer, Emanuel Brandao, fired on 28th of March primarily because of his carelessness and extremely irresponsible conduct as a police officer.

All the while since the officer's gun was stolen from the glove box of his car in early February, he was placed in a leave. 

After the incident, Brandao reported that he was with the women at a Pawtucket hotel and that he found his gun missing shortly after the women left. However, the gun was later discovered in the mail slot at a Providence fire station.

Further, into the investigation, the authorities also discovered that Brandao paid $2,500 for sex to the women. 

Also, the number that had been listed under Brandao's name was identified as a wrong number by a man who picked the call, whereas the second number was unanswered.

Further confirmations on the case are yet to be made by the authorities.

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