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Crime Officer accused of sending motorist forged $790 ticket, threatening note

22:20  14 january  2020
22:20  14 january  2020 Source:   wcvb.com

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A Boston police officer accused of mailing a fake Massachusetts State Police citation and a threatening note to a motorist has been placed on unpaid leave, according to Boston police.

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Christopher Curtis was arraigned in Suffolk Superior Court on several charges including forgery, witness intimidation and misleading a police officer.

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According to court records, a man told investigators he was driving on Interstate 93 South near Stoneham on March 1, 2019, when he saw a white Toyota Tundra coming close to the back of his car. The man said the driver of the pickup honked at him, sped up, merged into the lane on his right and then veered into the left lane, nearly forcing him into the median barrier, court records show.

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In addition to the citation, a handwritten note was included:

“Watched you go in and out of traffic, tried pushing my truck off the road just to get into the left lane,” according to court records. “Clocked you going over 90 in a 65. I have a 6 min video of you driving like an *** hat, and pulled up next to you and took your picture. Try fighting this ... I dare you!”

When the man appealed the ticket in Woburn District Court, court personnel noticed irregularities in the citation and alerted State Police, who referred it to the Boston Police Anti-Corruption Division, according to court documents.

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Investigators determined the ticket was written from a book signed out by Curtis and that Curtis had run the man’s license plate on the night of the incident, according to court documents.

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When initially asked about the incident, Curtis denied knowing anything about it and denied being on I-93 South at the time. Additional investigating placed him on I-93 and revealed he has a white Tundra with a damaged grill, court documents said.

When Curtis was questioned again about the incident, he then said he “remember(ed) completely,” and admitted writing the citation and threatening note, but claimed it was intended as a joke for another officer, according to court documents.

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Curtis pleaded not guilty to the charges and was released without bail.

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Former LAPD officer charged with revenge porn, domestic violence against fellow officer .
Former LAPD officer charged with revenge porn, domestic violence against fellow officerNine charges have been filed against Danny Reedy, a Los Angeles Police Department senior lead officer who has since retired but was on the force at the time of the alleged crimes.

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