Former Watertown police officer granted accelerated rehabilitation in raffle theft case

<p>A former Watertown police officer charged with tampering with a charity raffle has been admitted to a program that could lead to the charges being dismissed.</p>

News 12 Staff

Jan 26, 2018, 12:18 PM

Updated 2,304 days ago

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A former Watertown police officer charged with tampering with a charity raffle has been admitted to a program that could lead to the charges being dismissed.
An attorney for Christopher Masayda told the local paper his client was granted accelerated rehabilitation.
According to police, Masayda was off-duty back in October when he tampered with the raffle drawings and stole one of the prizes.


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