Detective Chris Kramer received a distinguished service medal for his work Oct. 25 that led to the arrest and confession from a man charged with manslaughter in the death of a 2-month-old in his care.
Officers Brian Laurie, Joseph Pelchat and Cornelius Rodgers received letters of commendation for their combined efforts with surveillance and investigation on Nov. 29 that helped lead to the apprehension of a suspect in a series of serious crimes and recovery of a loaded firearm.
Capt. Steven Crowley, Sgt. Robert Pickett and detectives William Pero, Richard Curcuro and Matthew Galante received Distinguished Service medals for their work in solving the case of two cousins who allegedly committed a series of home invasions and burglaries, including the robbery of a 91-year-old man. Detective Keith Crandall was honored with a distinguished service medal for the Dec. 5 arrest of a man armed with a pellet gun who police suspect was moments away from robbing a convenience store.
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