Massachusetts Officer Accused Of Threatening Teenage BLM Supporters

An off-duty Milton Police Department Officer is currently under investigation for allegedly threatening two teenage boys for their support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Two teenage boys were invited to the officer's home for a sleepover with her child and their classmates. While there, the officer is accused of going on a racist rant regarding the social justice movement.

“She was yelling obscenities about Black Lives Matter, about hating the police, about defunding the police and then went downstairs and targeted my son, and also another minority kid that was there,” Risa King, one of the teenager's mother, said.

“She was in his face, clutching her fists. My son was afraid to call the cops, and there should be an investigation into a hate crime."

As the rant escalated, the officer's husband attempted to diffuse the situation, but she allegedly punched him the nose causing him to bleed. From there, she is accused of kicking the two teenagers out of her home and threatening them on the way out. Afterward, the officer's husband drove the two boys home.

“She was banging on the door. She was banging on the handles and grabbing at the handles on the side of the car where my son was,” King said.

“It was a commotion because it took them a while to be able to even leave the driveway."

King says that her son and her family have been friends with unnamed officer for years. However, she explained that the officer has remained unapologetic regarding the situation. The Milton Police Department has added that the officer will remain on active duty pending the results of the investigation.

“Imagine having that type of paranoia while pulling someone over,” King said.

“You have to be stable in this position to do your job. She doesn’t need to patrol the streets with a gun. It’s too dangerous and too volatile at this moment.”

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