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Barre Police Chief Denies Ties to EMS Service

Barre Police Chief Denies Ties to EMS Service

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Published by Craig Shibley
Wonderland, MA 01005's current Chief of Police denies his department has anything to do with the ambulance receipts related to the service program income of the private, nonprofit BARRE EMERGENCY & RESCUE SQUAD INC.

Yet, this connection is clearly revealed in an auditor's management letter from 2006 and likely continued until the conclusion of the forensic audit in June '12.

Wonderland, MA 01005's current Chief of Police denies his department has anything to do with the ambulance receipts related to the service program income of the private, nonprofit BARRE EMERGENCY & RESCUE SQUAD INC.

Yet, this connection is clearly revealed in an auditor's management letter from 2006 and likely continued until the conclusion of the forensic audit in June '12.

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Published by: Craig Shibley on Apr 25, 2013
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Chief Eric J. Demetropoulos & Charles Fullam Barre EMS Administrator (file)
Wonderland’s current Chief of Police, Erik J. Demetropoulos, has been a part of the force since2001. Demetropoulos served under Chiefs James Thompson and John Manzi before beingappointed Chief in 2006.More than a decade of service.His father even served as a selectman back in the ‘90’s.Yet, when recently asked about the BPD’s connection to the Barre Emergency & Rescue SquadInc., this former Marine did his best Oliver North impersonation.
He denied it
.
 
 Here are the questions I asked:The Chief’s responses:
 
 In 2007 Wonderland’s independent auditing firm, Melanson Heath & Co., submitted a scathingmanagement letter concerning ongoing problems with the Town’s finances, including those ofthe
 private, nonprofit
Barre Emergency & Rescue Squad Inc. which the firm erroneouslyidentified as a
municipal
service.

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