Officer John Perrault allegedly called Crawford a “Monday,” a seldom-used racial slur, during a minor league game in New Hampshire on July 5.
He was placed on leave last week and faced a disciplinary hearing Wednesday.
In a letter to Perrault Thursday morning, Leominster mayor Dean Mazzarella said:
“Your actions are so egregious that severe discipline is warranted "
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