Coughlin responds to preliminary police report

This past Tuesday I returned to Town Hall to hear the preliminary report on the whether the Interim Town Manager interfered with an internal investigation being conducted by Chief Mark Deluca.  As a former Assistant District Attorney,  Army JAG lawyer and town manager/administrator,  I was amazed at the approach the investigation is taking. In any…

Town Counsel’s Truncated Investigatory Role

Cohasset Selectmen’s Meeting June 19 1. Town Counsel and a private investigator are giving the board the results of an investigation in which Acting Town Manager Mike Milanoski is the defendant. 2. Town Counsel finds Milanoski innocent of charges made by the suspended Police Chief . 3. Town Counsel and the investigator never interviewed the…

In the matter of Cohasset Selectmen v. Police Chief DeLuca

It was all going so well at last night’s kangaroo court; Chairman Carlson thought he had this chapter signed, sealed and delivered… when did the investigation start? If it was after TM Milanoski interfered, then he technically couldn’t have interfered; case closed. Jenkins made the motion on cue; the vote was four to one, looked…

Coh Selectmen vote 3-2 to interview DeLuca

Selectmen voted to hold their final decision on whether their Acting Town Manager, Mike Milanoski, did or did not interfere in a police matter until such time as Suspended Police Chief Mark DeLuca can be interviewed.

Cohasset Police Chief declines 11th hour interview

Edward J. McNeeley, attorney for suspended Cohasset Police Chief Mark DeLuca, told this blog that he was called by Peter Berry of Town Counsel’s firm last night (6/18/12) at 10 P.M.  McNeeley said Berry invited his client to be interviewed by them today (Tuesday, June 19th) at 2PM with regard to the independent investigation of…

Results of Cohasset Police Investigation Tues. Night

I am smiling as I read the Selectmen’s agenda for their Tuesday, June 19 meeting. At 7:25 Selectmen will review the results of their independent investigation of allegations raised by (the) Police Chief after he was put on paid administrative leave –already the reader is being subjected to a pile of garbage.