Mayor Asks MA Chief to Leave After Officer Commits Suicide

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For months, police in the Braintree, Ma., police department had complained about Susan Zopatti, a veteran officer who was in charge of the evidence room. She wasn’t doing her job and sometimes appeared hung over and “out of it.” Officers couldn’t get the evidence they needed for court hearings, reports the Boston Globe. They repeatedly warned their supervisors that Zopatti was not fit . . .

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