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Ex-Manchester police officer is out of jail after 72 days on felony hit-and-run sentence
A hearing was held Monday morning before Hillsborough County North Judge Gillian Abramson, who took Hathaway’s objection under advisement.
Coco pleaded guilty to the March 2013 incident in which he struck two Bedford teens while driving a police undercover SUV and drove off.
“We think the public will be as disappointed in this as we are,” said Nancy Drukker, mother of Dean Drukker. “This is very disappointing to many people.”
Clearly frustrated with the ruling, Nancy Drukker said the development is “typical for a person in authority” and that some people like police officers are “seemingly given special treatment.”
She said the original sentence of a year was fair and can take some comfort that Coco might still have one more judgment to deal with.
“There is a higher authority who will judge Coco in the end,” she said. “The man is corrupt.”
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