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Signs point to an attempt by Williamstown officials to reach a settlement with Sgt. Scott E. McGowan.
UPDATED: A disciplinary hearing for Williamstown Police Sgt. Scott E. McGowan has been postponed from Thursday to Oct. 27.
Days before he faces a possible firing, a Williamstown police sergeant is again accusing the town of bias and retaliation, portraying himself as a whistleblower who received unjust treatment by local officials before and after he brought a federal lawsuit last year.
A growing list of groups is calling on town officials to terminate the employment of a police officer over the fact that he had a photograph of Adolf Hitler hanging in his locker at the station for years. But the officer claims it was hung as a practical joke over a fellow officer who looked a bit like him.
EAGLE INVESTIGATIONS: A Williamstown police sergeant altered a police record in 2005 in an apparent attempt to hide his role in an alleged assault on a Williams College student, according to interviews and documents obtained by The Eagle.
WILLIAMSTOWN — The Williamstown sergeant whose claims of harassment and bias within his department spurred doubts about local policing, and le…
WILLIAMSTOWN — A town police dispatcher has resigned in connection with inappropriate posts on social media that displayed racial bias.
WILLIAMSTOWN — Police Chief Kyle Johnson apologized to the community Monday night for past failings and promised to do better as head of the t…
WILLIAMSTOWN — Despite calls for the Select Board to place Police Chief Kyle Johnson and Town Manager Jason Hoch on paid administrative leave,…