Leominster Officer Suspended Over Alleged Racial Slur Aimed At Carl Crawford

July 18, 2012 12:00 AM
Leominster Officer Suspended Over Alleged Racial Slur Aimed At Carl Crawford
" LEOMINSTER (AP) — Officials in Leominster plan to announce the findings of their probe into whether an off-duty city officer directed a racial slur at Red Sox outfielder Carl Crawford during a minor league game.

Mayor Dean Mazzarella told the Telegram & Gazette that he’ll discuss the investigation Wednesday morning.

The officer, who is white and a five-year veteran of the force, was placed on desk duty after the alleged July 5 incident "

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