Cop suspended for leaving gun in public loo

A Boston police captain has been suspended without pay for leaving his revolver in a courthouse toilet, the Boston Herald reports.

Capt. John Rogers will lose 30 days pay, give up his job in internal affairs and undergo retraining in the proper handling of department-issued weapons, Plymouth Police Chief Michael E. Botieri said this week.


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