, Mass. (AP) — A previous Massachusetts cop indicted a month ago for explicitly attacking a youngster was condemned Tuesday to serve as long as three years in jail.
Ex-SPRINGFIELD official Daniel Cintron
was sentenced in a jury-postponed preliminary of two tallies of revolting threatening behavior on a youngster under 14 and two checks of terrorizing of an observer, the Hampden lead prosecutor's office said in an explanation. He was gotten free from in excess of twelve different charges.
Cintron has been in authority since 2018 when he was accused of assaulting three young ladies.
Yet, a jury in 2019 vindicated him of the assault charges while halting on the excess charges.
His subsequent preliminary was deferred by the Covid pandemic
"I trust this decision carries equity to the entirety of the people
in question and families associated with this case," District Attorney Anthony Gulluni said.
Cintron is as yet anticipating preliminary in a different matter concerning an encounter with a high schooler at a city shopping center in 2017. He has argued not liable.
He was terminated in 2018.