Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Man Accused Of Killing Yarmouth Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty

Man Accused Of Killing Yarmouth Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty

Nero, the K-9 partner of slain Yarmouth Police Officer Sean Gannon, is recovering well from surgery, according to an update on a GoFundMe page.

Tom Latanowich, 29, has had more than 110 prior criminal charges.

A man charged with killing a MA police officer serving an arrest warrant has been held without bail after pleading not guilty to murder.

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"Nero remains alive and we continue to pray for his full recovery as he overcomes a gunshot wound suffered yesterday", said Yarmouth Deputy Chief Steve Xiarhos in an e-mail Friday night.

Gannon's dog, Nero, was also shot.

The Yarmouth Police Department posted a photo of Nero on Sunday morning, reporting that the 28-month-old Belgian Malinois is "back on his feet" following a Friday surgery. Gannon was among the officers serving an arrest warrant at the home.

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Cape and Islands District Attorney Michael O'Keefe was asked if Latanowich's past crimes were adequately punished.

Over the weekend Yarmouth police posted a picture of Nero walking. He called Gannon a "remarkable young man".

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