(The AEGIS Alliance) – SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS – A former Massachusetts cop pronounced guilty last month of sexually attacking a kid has been sentenced on Tuesday to 3 years behind bars.
Ex-Springfield police officer Daniel Cintron had been found guilty in a jury-waived trial on 2 counts of indecent assault as well as battery on a child under 14 years of age and 2 counts of intimidating a witness, the Hampden district attorney’s office stated in a declaration. He was cleared of greater than a dozen various other charges.
Cintron has remained in custody due to the fact that in 2018 when he was charged with raping 3 underage girls.
But in 2019 a jury acquitted him of rape charges while they deadlocked on the other charges.
His 2nd trial was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“I hope this verdict brings justice to all of the victims and families involved in this case,” District Attorney Anthony Gulluni pointed out.
Daniel Cintron is still waiting for trial in a different issue involving a confrontation with a teenager at an urban area shopping mall in 2017. He has pleaded not guilty to those charges.
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