Acting chief calls 1995 handgun incid...

Acting chief calls 1995 handgun incident 'regrettable'

There are 47 comments on the Sentinel & Enterprise story from Jan 11, 2008, titled Acting chief calls 1995 handgun incident 'regrettable'. In it, Sentinel & Enterprise reports that:

Acting Police Chief Philip Kearns allegedly briefly pointed a loaded pistol at a fellow officer during a 1995 incident, after the officer teased him about a change in police policy, according to a Civil Service ...

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Civil Servant Supporter

Winchendon, MA

#41 Jun 30, 2012
You know who wrote:
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So, you are hard at working figuring out exactly who I am, eh? Didn't you tell me that same exact thing LAST YEAR and even the year before that? Boy, oh boy.....Your investigation into who I am is moving just as fast as Chief Demoura and Tubby's (McNamara's) investigation as to whether or not illegal parking was going on over at JR's Pub. You and your pals really move fast when it comes to completing investigations, don't you? Quite impressive indeed....
I think we have our man! Thanks Richard Dean of Andover!

And boy, if I were the president of a marketing firm, and I found out my VP was libeling and slandering people on a public forum, I'd be mad! I'd be so mad, I might fire that vice president!

A sordid tale this surely is! I just had the characters mixed up. One extra character-a totally pissed off cop. Yes, now I understand the obsession. And the compulsion.

One should know not to fool around with cops' girlfriends. That's dangerous indeed. What's that old saying about messing with the bull? That's right-you get the horns.

Connect the dots now... Posting from Milford MA. Only during work hours. Doesn't live in the college neighborhood, but the Moran Square (or St. Bernard's school) neighborhood sure is close enough to see the bar each day or night.

I bet if somebody did a bit of research, they'd find a relationship between the time of this incident, and the beginning of a real obsession with cop-bashing on a public forum.

And to think this began in good ol' Looney-burg, or was it that tropical paradise of lust, Florida USA?

I'd love to hear the details! All of them!

Oh! The wicked webs we weave...!!!
You know who

Marlborough, MA

#42 Jul 2, 2012
Kearns the Kop obviously was simply trying to bring some much needed levity into the day by day grind of being a lawman. As many of you know, Readers Digest magazine has been telling us for years that "laughter is the best medicine". Again Readers, Kearns, being the sharp and brilliant lawman that he is, was simply trying to bring some well needed laughter into the station house. And, what better way to do it then by pointing a loaded deadly weapon at a fellow officer? It must have left the entire station house doubled over in uncontrollable laughter. And, that in turn is a safe and healthy way for our boys to relieve stress.

Kearnsie Boy, I would call this entire fiasco "good solid police work"..nothing more and nothing less...here's a heartfelt "atta boy" from me. Keep them laughing Kearnsie Boy. I can't wait to hear about what you come up with next...what a prankster...what a guy...WHAT A LAWMAN!
Question

Pittsfield, ME

#43 Jul 2, 2012
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Kearns the Kop obviously was simply trying to bring some much needed levity into the day by day grind of being a lawman. As many of you know, Readers Digest magazine has been telling us for years that "laughter is the best medicine". Again Readers, Kearns, being the sharp and brilliant lawman that he is, was simply trying to bring some well needed laughter into the station house. And, what better way to do it then by pointing a loaded deadly weapon at a fellow officer? It must have left the entire station house doubled over in uncontrollable laughter. And, that in turn is a safe and healthy way for our boys to relieve stress.
Kearnsie Boy, I would call this entire fiasco "good solid police work"..nothing more and nothing less...here's a heartfelt "atta boy" from me. Keep them laughing Kearnsie Boy. I can't wait to hear about what you come up with next...what a prankster...what a guy...WHAT A LAWMAN!
Are you Richard Dean?
Lynch

Fitchburg, MA

#44 Jul 2, 2012
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Are you Richard Dean?
Captain, I will give you her identity if you tell me who you are! I know you are a POS COWARD but which one are you??

I have a feeling that you were involved in the taco bell wrapper scam at the FPD but as Tasca stated "everyone in the administration has been taking funds in this through this method for years". So you could actually be one of many thieves but which one??
Civil Servant Supporter

Winchendon, MA

#45 Jul 2, 2012
You know who wrote:
Kearns the Kop obviously was simply trying to bring some much needed levity into the day by day grind of being a lawman. As many of you know, Readers Digest magazine has been telling us for years that "laughter is the best medicine". Again Readers, Kearns, being the sharp and brilliant lawman that he is, was simply trying to bring some well needed laughter into the station house. And, what better way to do it then by pointing a loaded deadly weapon at a fellow officer? It must have left the entire station house doubled over in uncontrollable laughter. And, that in turn is a safe and healthy way for our boys to relieve stress.
Kearnsie Boy, I would call this entire fiasco "good solid police work"..nothing more and nothing less...here's a heartfelt "atta boy" from me. Keep them laughing Kearnsie Boy. I can't wait to hear about what you come up with next...what a prankster...what a guy...WHAT A LAWMAN!
Sex, Rich! That's what your audience wants now! We don't want to hear about cops anymore. Don't hold back!

Oh! the wicked webs...
Civil Servant Supporter

Winchendon, MA

#46 Jul 3, 2012
Rich. Rich! Now that you're outed,(and don't blame me) can't we expect you to post after work hours?

Rich! I'm talking to you!

See you at the block party!
Civil Servant Supporter

Winchendon, MA

#47 Jul 3, 2012
Lynch wrote:
<quoted text> Captain, I will give you her identity if you tell me who you are! I know you are a POS COWARD but which one are you??
I have a feeling that you were involved in the taco bell wrapper scam at the FPD but as Tasca stated "everyone in the administration has been taking funds in this through this method for years". So you could actually be one of many thieves but which one??
What the hell is the "taco bell wrapper" scam? Did it involve a chulupa? I hate it when you speak code, Mr. Governor. We're not all in the know like you. Don't be stingy! Sing like Rich!

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