Massachusetts State Trooper Timothy Walsh was arraigned on Monday on DUI-related charges and for pulling his gun on an off-duty Boston Police Officer. He was arraigned this past Monday for Operating Under the Influence of Alcohol, Assault with a Dangerous Weapon, Illegal Discharge of a Firearm and other related Drunk Driving Charges.
Walsh is alleged to have hit several cars early this past Saturday morning on Boston Street. A Boston Police Officer who lives on the street responded to the incident, and Walsh then allegedly pointed his gun at him. Boston Police further allege that Walsh then went into the Boston Police Officer’s home and fired his gun.
As a result of this incident and his arrest, Walsh was indefinitely suspended without pay. He is an 18 year Army Veteran who served in Afghanistan. At his arraignment in Dorchester District Court, he was released on Personal Recognizance but ordered to remain alcohol-free; submit to random alcohol breath tests, and to submit to a Mental Health Evaluation.
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