I-Team: Veteran MBTA Police Officer Suspended For Sexual Assault

BOSTON (CBS) – The I-Team has learned a 22-year veteran of the MBTA Police is suspended for sexually assaulting another officer.

Sources say Sergeant Brian Carey is on administrative leave and could face criminal charges. The incident allegedly happened last week at MBTA police headquarters.

Carey allegedly slapped a female officer’s buttocks so hard, he left bruises.

Sources tell the I-Team Carey worked as an instructor at the MBTA Police Academy, but was recently assigned to headquarters because of similar complaints from other female officers.

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  1. Rob Cleary says:

    He should be paired up with that statie that was molesting every female that worked at Logan Airport. It’s real comforting knowing they are about to put two hundred more of these buffoons onto the streets. Watch crime skyrocket now.

  2. BosMonkey says:

    “Carey worked as an instructor at the MBTA Police Academy, but was recently assigned to headquarters because of similar complaints from other female officers.”

    Umm..what ever happened to firing this LOSER for sexual harressment?? I would sue him and the State in a heart beat.

    MBTA is SO poorly managed. They need to clean house.

  3. gc says:

    Should be fired immediately.

  4. It says:

    Paul MacMIllan is the problem. A racist coward that is not fit to lead.

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