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4 Manchester police officers sworn in
Four new Manchester police officers were sworn in Tuesday . From left are, Ryan Boynton, 26, Matthew Brown, 22, Raymond J. Lamy, 46, and Matthew J. McDonald, 25. (PAT GROSSMITH/NEW HAMPSHIRE UNION LEADER)
MANCHESTER — Four new police officers were sworn in Tuesday morning at a ceremony at the headquarters of the Manchester Police Athletic League.
Chief David Mara said, in introducing the officers, they were selected after successfully passing written, physical, psychological and medical examinations and several interviews, the last with him.
Matthew G. Brown, 22, is a graduate of Manchester Memorial High School, Class of 2009. He earned an associate degree in criminal justice in 2011 from New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord and a Bachelor of Science degree in finance and economics this year from Southern New Hampshire University.
Raymond J. Lamy, 45, resides in Hooksett, but spent his younger years in Bedford. He was graduated from Manchester West High School, Class of 1985, and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from the University of New Hampshire in Durham in 1989.
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