A Framingham Police Department detective face charges he pointed a gun at a man when the he complained that the on-duty cop was urinating on his property.

Scott Brown, 38, of Mendon, was indicted by a Middlesex grand jury on charges of assault with a dangerous weapon and making threats.

According to Middlesex District Attorney Gerard T. Leone, on April 29, Brown was working but not in uniform and was driving an unmarked car. He allegedly urinated on private property, and when the victim’s wife saw the unknown vehicle parked on the property from her window, she went outside to investigate.

When the alleged victim’s wife went outside, she saw Brown urinating and demanded to know what he and his partner were doing on their property.

Brown allegedly told her to “Stop looking.”

The cop and his his partner got back in their car and started driving away.

Then, the alleged victim got in a golf cart and drove toward the officer, stopping next to the car as it was pulling away.

Leone said the man asked what was going on, and Brown exchanged words with him before getting out of the car, drawing his firearm, pointing it at the man and saying “move it or get shot.”

The whole thing was allegedly captured on surveillance video.

The wife called 911. Framingham Police Internal Affairs investigated with Leone’s office.

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One Response

  1. Not Sure

    Typical Framingham Police behavior. They are all criminals. Watch how easy these guys get off.


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