Published: Sat, April 14, 2018
Worldwide | By Sean Reid

Outpouring of support for slain Yarmouth officer

Outpouring of support for slain Yarmouth officer

He was shot and killed Thursday while serving a warrant at a home in Marstons Mills on the Cape.

The officer has been together with the Yarmouth Police and a part of this department's K 9 unit, " WBTS reported.

A Yarmouth police officer who was shot in the head while serving a warrant in the town of Barnstable, Mass. has died from his injuries at Cape Cod Hospital.

"Sean is a wonderful, wonderful young man and I'm not just saying that".

The slain officer has been identified Sean Gannon, 32. "He's going to be sorely missed".

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Latanowich, a career criminal with 111 prior charges on his record, was arrested after an hours-long standoff with police. He will be arraigned in Barnstable District Court Friday.

The officer partner suffered from that which appeared to be a gunshot wound, Massachusetts State Police told a reporter and also the creature has been brought to a veterinarian.

Robert Iacoviello (YAC'-oh-vee-ELL'-oh) agreed to plead guilty to voluntary manslaughter instead facing a second murder trial. He was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

The Cape Cod Times noted that police and fire department flags are flying at half-staff.

O'Keefe said the last prison time Latanowich served was a four- to five-year sentence on gun charges. "But we still have a job to do and we will do it".

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