Massachusetts State Police Union President Resigns for ‘Personal Reasons’

Dana Pullman cited personal reasons for his departure

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Kelcey Henderson

The president of the State Police Association of Massachusetts has resigned, citing "personal reasons."

Dana Pullman's resignation comes amid a federal investigation into possible illegal reimbursement of campaign donations by union members, according to the Boston Globe

The investigation is part of the same US attorney's investigation that has already led to federal charges of overtime abuse against six state troopers.

Vice President Kevin Fredette will serve as the acting president until the union’s board appoints a successor early next week.

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