Harwich Officers Donate Money Made During Gannon Services

HARWICH – Police officers in Harwich who worked details during the funeral services for slain Yarmouth Police Sgt. Sean Gannon have donated the money they made in Gannon’s honor.

14 officers chose as a group to give their $3,500 earnings to the Yarmouth Police Foundation. All the money came from handling traffic and parking details during the wake and funeral for Gannon.

“On behalf of the men and women of the Harwich Police Department we would like to express our deepest condolences in the tragic loss of Sergeant Sean Gannon. As an appreciation for Sean’s life and his time served with the Yarmouth Police Department we would like to donate the money we made working the traffic and parking details during the wake and funeral to your foundation in honor of Sergeant Sean Gannon,” the officers wrote in a letter to the Yarmouth Police Foundation.

Sgt. Aram Goshgarian, Sgt. Paul Boorack, Officers Derek Dutra, Mark Holmes, Keith Kannally, Amy Walinski, Jim Connery, Brendan Brickley, Tyler Vermette, TJ Griffiths, Tegan Debaggis, Ron Ruggiero, Dan Donovan, and Special Officer John Warren made the donation.

Gannon was shot and killed while serving a warrant in Marstons Mills on April 12.

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