Police: Cop faked shooting

An intense manhunt for a gunman that was all made up. Play the video to see interviews with family friends

(NECN) A part-time police officer who claimed to have taken gunfire Wednesday before getting into a fiery car accident with his cruiser completely fabricated the story, police in Massachusetts said Thursday.

The officer, identified by sources as Bryan Johnson of Millis, was scheduled to begin training as a full-time officer. He is now being fired, however, according to police, who have not released the officer’s name pending formal charges.

“We have determined that the officer’s story was fabricated,” said Millis Police Sgt. Bill Dwyer.

Dwyer said other than shots fired by the officer into his own cruiser, no ballistic evidence was recovered at the scene. Based on that and other evidence, it was determined that the officer
lied about being shot at by a man in a pickup truck.

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