Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Technology | By Russell Knight

Suspect accused of killing MA cop reportedly had 114 prior offenses

Suspect accused of killing MA cop reportedly had 114 prior offenses

Gannon's police dog, Nero, was also shot and underwent surgery at a veterinary clinic, according to state police.

Yarmouth police officer Sean Gannon wasn't the only victim of Thursday afternoon's shooting in Barnstable.

A police officer on Cape Cod, Mass., has been shot Thursday whilst working out a warrant, along with a suspect was in custody, local media reported. "We are also praying tonight because of its retrieval of Officer Gannon's k-9 associate, who was hurt in today's tragic incident".

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The Okay-9 officer died after he was shot throughout the head, a police provide knowledgeable Fox 25 Boston.

Prosecutors say 29-year-old Thomas Latanowich, of Somerville, was charged with killing a police officer in Barnstable District Court on Friday and is being held without bail after pleading not guilty.

The officer, Sean Gannon, was shot around 3:30 the Marston Mills neighborhood of the MA town, according to The Cape Cod Times.

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The suspect had been barricaded in the home for hours before finally surrendering to law enforcement.

Early Sunday morning the Yarmouth Police Department posted a photo of Nero standing on his paws on the department's Facebook page.

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