BAKER ADMIN INVESTIGATING SCRUBBED STATE POLICE REPORT [+VIDEO]
By Matt Murphy
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, NOV. 9, 2017....Gov. Charlie Baker said his public safety secretary "incontrovertibly" had nothing to do with giving an order to scrub a State Police arrest report of embarrassing details and references to the suspect's father, a state Trial Court judge.
The administration has launched an internal investigation into allegations made by a trooper that his State Police superiors disciplined him and made him revise an arrest report for Alli Bibaud, who was found in possession of a heroin kit and charged with operating under the influence of drugs.
Bibaud is the daughter of Judge Timothy Bibaud.
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