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Shooting at 46 Hollis Avenue i\.iny Bi shop

46 Hollis Avenue

C2.ptc 'TheodcTe Buker ~ Det" l"licnael' Car ey ~ Tpr , Brian HOvJe(t-lae 12/17/86 TIME: 1100 ,hours

State Police)

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on this date, I spoke to Amy B:i.shop and she made t.he fo l.Lowi ng statements: Amy stated that on the morning of t%e shooting, he r motbe,rhad gone to 'the~ stablee, arid her father went shopp Lng , She added that she did not knots where her brother Seth was .. She "las in her room and thought that she 1";70u1d learn how tc .To ad the gun. She~got~ the gun from her parents room, It was on the chest and the bullets we r e on the bureau. She put the shells' in . the gun. She then tried~to get t.hern out by trying to un,3cre1:' the bottom. The gun was: on the bed andf t just went; off G She· thought that her- bedroom 'door was open at

the time. She further s t at.e d that s he was beside he r bed near the door at the time the gun went o f f; She could not remember anything coming~ut of theg,in~Amy said that she- did

not thinIk that she put another bu l Let; in the gun after it went; o f f , She unscrewed the bottom of the shaft and ,si;Te':7ed it back togethero Amy added that'she. thinks ner'mirror got broken and there was a hole in the bedroom 'NalL 8h'2 he ar d her brother come in and went; rightdoW'nstairs to' ask Seth to help her un Lo ad t.he gun. She said 'app ar ent.Ly her mother had been in the kitchen for a whf. Le , S11e wen t down t.he front set of stairs, through. t.he dining room to the door by the ki t chen , She stated that she 2sked her brother to unload the gULl because she thought it might still be loadedo She added that. her mother said some,.. something to her, but she did not remember wh at; wa s s ad d , p...m.y s aLd she vias carrying the gun pointed down beside her Leg , Seth told her to point i:he gun up. Seth NaB wa Ik Lng ac ro s across the kitchen be twe en Amy and her mot.har , Amy said that she had the gun in one

hand and s t.ar t ed to raise the gun , . Amy stated that someone said something and she

turned, the gun werit; off 0 She remembered her brother sayingUOn god!' and her mother

scream. She thought she had ruined the. ki t.ch en ,so she ran out t.he re~r door" She

stated that she thought she had dropped the gun when she rano She vlaS by the dining room door to ki tehen when the gun "vent off 0 She also added that she did not remember having

a jacket on, or running out of thehouee with t:l.eguno Amy told us that she cou Ld' r.

not remember anything else until she saw her mother <ilt the police statioD" Amy did

say that her brother seth had verbally told he r how to hold the gun 9 but: that she had been afraid of it.

Amy that she She also

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December 17, 1986

Il'lCIDl'l-IT:

Shooting at 46 Hollis Avenue Samue l Bt shop

46 Hollis Avenue

Cap t , Theodore B-:.Jker 9 De t , -tv~ii~::h"a,21 Car-ey ~ ;rpT~ B:ri.s.n Hor,je(_r/la~ St.e.tE: l?olice)

12/17/86 TIME: 1030 hours

INTE:lVI E1,h LCCATICN: . PRESENT:

DATE:

On this date, I spoke to Samuel Bishop and he made the fo l l.owi.ng s t at ement s s Sam stated that he was not in the DaUBe at t.h~ time of the shoot Lng, He·said that h'e had left the house atappro:ximat,ely 11: 30 am to go shopping at the South Shore Plaza, He

. stated. that Seth was "lashing his c ar , Amy was h"l the; house and his ltli£e,Judy, was due : .. home somewher-e betw'een 112m and 12nooDo Sam s c at.e d i:hat: he had' a disagreement Ivith

Amy before he left about a comment; that she had mad e , she had gone to her room and he

Le f t , He said t hat, the police and ambulance we r e at the house when ihe arri ved rhome, .

He told me that he bought the shotgun at Coleman I s in Cant.on appxoxt.mat e l y one y,-:;ar

ago , He s t a ted that his son, Seth and he belonged to the' Braintree RifleC1ubo He

said the gun was unloaded on top of a t.r unk in a ri:fJ.e casein his upstairs bedroom"

> He said the bullets wez e on the bureau in,the b edr ocm , a Lso , He added that Amy had not been trained Ln 'the use of the gun. Hro Bishop s t at.ed that he could not add anything }Io what he had already saido

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C~I f-;L:-c-c-at:-Cio-n-o--;t-;OO:-CH'-e-n~-Qe-- Address I!; Apt No " "'G"'E"'O:-OCc~d:-e-r.o:"-~_L-_.cJ'----_J_-=-=-.L._=-C;_---';-

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Bishop, Seth 4/09/6;" 13

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NARRATIVE At Above date and time I Was d Lep a t.che d to 46 Hollis Ave. on a report of a shooting

Upon my arrival I spoke ",ith Mxso Judy Bishop who directed my at t.ent Lon to the kitchen of

of the home stating that her son had been shot by her dau2hter.

I 1:lent to the kitchen and saw Of f Lce r s R. Jordan & To Hurphy g Lv i ng first aid to a

W!M lying on his back~ on the floor in a poo I of blood, 'victim had a large "round in the

I hereby certify that the contents of this report are true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief.

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PRINCIPAL PARTY'S (OR FIRM'S) NAME - LAS I ,FIRST,INITIAL ADDRESS PHONE
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middle of hischesto At this time E,ey State Paxamed i,c Unit arrived, manned by Edward
Ranzabach and Karen 'Paulson. I laft Of f Lc e r s Jordan &. Murphy to assist in first aid and
want; to the front porch of the hou se to speak with t.h~ mother of the victim"
Mrs. Bishop made tha following s t.a t.ement , l! My daughter p.. ... 'T1y came into the kitchen
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earring my hUGband's shotgun. I was at tn® k tt.chen sink and Seth was standing by t.he stove
Amy said to me., I nav0; a shell in the gun and I don" t know how to unload it. I t.o Ld Ally
not to point the gun a.-t anybody. J!."ffiy t.urned tOifli~rd her brother and the gun fired hitting
him .. Amy then ran out: of th:a house with the ahot.gun , H
I then obtained a description of Amv and as s Lzned Officers SoliminL Finn and Murphv

to look for hero A short. time latter Off. Solimini located Amy behind 'fhe Villiaga Nevl5
Agency on Pa rk Ingway 6 She still had the shotgun with helC, one shell still in t he e.hambe r
and one in her pocket 0 She was transport.ed to the station by OfL Solimini and Murphy 0
Victim was transported to Guiney City Hospital by Bay State~ ambulance driven by OfL
.Kg Jordan. Victim was pronounced dead at 3g013pm by Dro Thomas Divinigra<l!ia.. Inital cause
of death~ ruptured ao r t.e due t.o gunshot wound ,
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Father of vi.ct Im , Sammua L Bishop was t.ranepo r t.e d to hospital by OfL lfinu, mother
t r anspo :c'ted to station by myself~ Det. Jame:;; Leahy remained at the §can~ to protect areaa
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children got along 'ilell and she knew of know reason for Amy to \V'ant to haICm Seth. .i\my
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was questioned by Cap t , nVAmico and 1L Sullivan, I was not present during the que s t.Lon Lng ;
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At this tim·a the 3hooting is still unde r Lnve s t.Lga t Ion by detect.ivebuerauG I have
instructed all officer" Lnvo Lve d to make report", about thieT actions and obee1r'vat.ions~

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SHIFT COMMANDER REVIEWER
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TO:

Cpt. TheJdore Buker

FROM:

Lt. James R. Sullivan

SUBJECT ~

Death of Seth Bishop -CaSe # 864718

DATE:

December 6, 1986

At app rox , 1445 hz s 12/06/86 . Off. R; Solimini brought Amy Bishop age 20 of 46 Hollis Ave. B'r.a , to the police station. Miss Bishop was a suspect in the shooting of her brother

Seth Bishop ~gB 18. Seth Bishop Was pr-onouriced dead at QuincY city Hospital at l50Bhis.

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Amy Bishop Was given, .he r rights by me in the booking r09m~' She said she wished to talk

tome. She stated that earlier .there.had been a family" spat" and she had gone to her room. ( Unknown at this time,howmu-ch earlier this family." 'spat ". had peen) ,She stated that

she lo~dedthe shotgun becaUSe she had been worried about " robbers Ii coming into the house. Sometilllein the Past her brother had shown her how to load the shotgun .but not how to

unload it. After loading the shotgun, she acc.Lderit.Ly fired a round Ln her bedroom, wh.i ch struck a Lampiand .the wall. She tried to cover this up so her mother would not see

the damage. Sometime later ( again how much later is unknown at this time ) she went

downstairs and into the kitchen where she approached her mother and asked. her if she knew

how to unload the shotgun she was carrying. She said her mother told her not to point

it at anybody. At this time she turned and the Shotgun went off striking her brother.

I asked her i.f she shot her brother on purpose and she stated no. At. this point her

mother came into the booking room with Sgt. Brady and mother said she didn't want her

to make any further statements or be asked any more questions. Amy.then said she wouldn't answer any more questions. I then left the booking area.

After-consulting with Cpt. Buker and Cpt. D 'Amicoit was determined that no charges would be brought against Amy Bishop at this time. With t.he current information, it would appear to be an accidental shooting.

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INCIDENT:

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Shooting at 46 Hollis Avenue Judy Bishop

1.;·6 Hollis Avenue

Capt. Theodcre Buker j peto '+lichaelvt: Carey' 12/17 /86 TIHZ~ 1050 hour s

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On' this date', I spoke to Judy' Bi~hon' and she'made the follo'Nirr'g statements;

Judy stated that on the,dEY of the shooting,sheleft the house .: to go ·to the stable .' at ar-ound 7: OOamoShe s t at.ad that everyone \vBsin the 'house when sh'eleft. She state'::]" that she returned to' the house to see if thereHe.s. anytl1:i.ng for lunch~ This was after

she .Le f t; the s t abl e.s , Setr,~las·home and went; to the store because there 'Nas not '

anything for luncho He brought groceries in and went into the living room to turn on the t.e Levd s Lon , He was on his way, back into the' kitchen when Amy c ame.vdown s t af r s with the gun~ Judy stated that ~~uy came into the kitchen and asked Judy if she could help her unload the. gun; Judy stated that she told l1..my not; to point the gun at, anyone , f1rs~.

Bi shop ~aid Amy then turned end t.h e gun VT2nt off and hf t; her son 5 Seth~ 0 Judy said

she screamed and Amy ran cut of the house , Judy stated t hat; she then called the po Li.ce and ,'Jai ted at the front dear for t.he po LLc e , She added that S'h<2' knew that Seth could not liveo

Judy st at.ed that she did not hear ·th"" first shot that '>'lent off in the bedroomo She added thlll.t the house is very soundproof 0

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DISTiUCT ATTORN!':Y r S OFFICE STATE PULICE OFFICE

360 \·lASHINGTON STREET DEmIAH, HASSACHFSETTS

TO:

FIRST ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY JOHN· » : KI'i.:L._4.N

SUBJECT:

TROOPER BRIAN L. Ho\~E ff1332piJl{

ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING OF SETH BISaOp> 1,-JHITE ·11.ALE; D.O.B. 4/9/68 AT 46 HOLLIS AVENUE, BRAINTREE) H,ASSACHU8ETTS ON DECEHBER 6, 1986.

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FRON:

CASE:

On December 6, 1986; this officer was directed by Detective Lieutenant James Sharkey to conduct an investigation into the fatal shooting of Seth Bishop at his resid~nce of 46 Hollis Avenue iti the Town of Braintree.

Thi~ offic~r_sontaited Captain Theod~r~ Buker of the. Bralotree PolLee Department and was lDIormed by CantsLn Buker that at approximate1j 1422 hours on Dece~ber~6. 1986, the Braintree Poli-ce De p a r t me nt; had responded to the report o f a shooting a 46 Hollis Aven~1C in their t.own ,

Upon e.r r Lvf ug at the Lo ce t Lorr , Officers Jordan and Lurphy had observed the decedont lying .OD his back on the floor in a pool of blood in the kitchen a r e a , wl t h a large chest wound .

Paramedics responded to the scene and after administering preliminary first aid. tr~nspo~ted the. victim to the Quincy City Ho s p Lt a I whe ze he \-i?s· s ub se quenc l y pronounced dcod at 1506 hours, by Dr. Thomas Divioigracia. Initial cause of death of the victim was reported to be a ruptured eorta as a result of a gunshot wound to the chest.

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Captain Buker stated that preliminarY investigation co~ducted by Officers Jord~nand Mur~hv indic;ced that the victim bad been shot b v his sister, A1:.\7 Bisho;) (age 19)) and that ap p a r e n t cause of~ the gunshot d t scha r g e lnto~ the victim had been accidental in nature. Captai~ Buker further stated that indications were that Amy Bishop had been attempting to manipulate the shotgun aod had subsequently brought the gun downstairs in an attempt to gain assistance from her mother in disarming t he veapon .

During her attempt to dissrm the,wee?on in the kitchen of her res Lde nce , the ,"8£tpOn had ap p ar e nt.l.y ace Ldc nt;a Tl y discharged, resulting in the fatal wound inflicted upon her

brother. '

Captain Buker further stated that 8t the time thedischsrge occurred, ~ Bishop, the mother of both the victim ana Amy , had been Ln the kitchen and had wf.t ne s s ed the eat ire

incident. Bishop had indicated to the responding

officers that the discharge had been accidental in nature and that the discharge had occurred wh i.Le Amy ',!S5 a t t.emp t Lr.g to unload the weapon.

Captain Buk~r also stated that Amy Bishop had fled the res~deDce immediately upon discharging the weapon and had subsequently been located by Braintree Officers and brought

to the HraintreePolice Department f~r questioning. '

Captain B~ker stated that due to the highly emotional state of Amy Bisb,op, it had g e ne ra Ll y been impossible to question her wh i.Le vs he vva s at the Braintree Po Li.c e Department relative to the circumstances of the firearm discharge, and t.ha t; as a r e su Lt vof these fBCtS} she wa s thereupon re l e as ed to the ccstody ~f her parents with further investigation to follow Gt a future time~

T6is officer therefor determined that due to the inability to Que.Etion the witnesses at tt~t time as a result of their

h~ghly emot Lonal 'state and"' their iCDbil i t y to r e c a Ll, -

specifically the facts relating to this occurr0nce, as well as the fact that Bishop stated that she had witnessed tha entire Bffairand~he discharge had been'accidental io na t ur e ~ it ",'2.8 determined that additional Ln t e r v i.ews would be conducted at a latet time, allowing the witnesses a sufficient tine to stabilize their ewotLons.

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On Decembe r 6, 1986, an autopsy was co nd uc ted on Se t h Bishop at the Quincy City Hospital by Dr. George Ka t s a s with Dr. Uilliam Ridder in attendance, The au t op sy began <It approximately 2000 hour s v i t h the cause of de s t h having l1een determined to be the result of a shotgun discharge to the

.left cbest area.

It should also be noted tha.t a check of firearms identificatio~ cards ~t Braintree Police Department indicated an F.r.D. card issued to Seth Bishop, card {lH590682, HS ,,:e11 ,,-,,san F.LD. cl'lrdissued to S~~ Bisho?, father of Seth) card ifU?907 24.

Captain Buker had also indicated to this officer that nuner-ous photographs had been taken at the scene of the s-hooting, as wel I ;18 at the autop sy conducted on the victim.

The weap6n which had been utilized in the death of Seth BishoD had been secured by the Braintree Police Department for further p r oc e as i.ng by the State Police Ballis t lcs'

Labo r-et.o r y.

Arrangements were subsequently made to conduct interviews of all of the members of the Bishop family, and thereupon~ on -December 17, 1986, this ofriest:, Captain Theodore Buker and Detective Michael Carey of the Braintree Police Department proceeded to 46 Eo 11i8 Avenue in the Town of B r-a i.nt r e e ,

Sa;ilJ~~~' Bishop 6;.t,ated t hn t hel-,aa not been Ln the residence at; the time of the shoot ing. - He si~id cha t he had 1 eft the house at aD~toxioate1v 1130 hours to go shoPDing. at the

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South Shore Pla~a. He stated that at the time he left the residence~ his son Seth hud been washing his car, Amy ,wasi~. the house and his w i.f e , J\l.liZl:1~ > H£~S ch:e to he home at s ome t.Lure between 1100 and 1200 hours. stated that he had e

d Ls ag r-e ereeu t vwi t h Amy before he left about £: comme n t; tL?t she-had made, ancithat she had gope to her room prior to his deDa~ting. Hestat~d that uoeD his return to·:he residence, pot ice a~d ambulance were at' the house and thar he was advised of the situation relating to the shooting of his SOD.

\411.en questioned a s to the ac t u a I possession of the shotgun within his r~sidence, he stated that he had bou~ht the shotgun at Coleman's Sporting Goods in Canton: ;ppro;imacely one year p rev Lous Ly , a nd t hu t; he, .s.nd h I.s SC:1, Seth, h2.G

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be l o ng cd to the B:caintree Rifle Club. He s t a t.ed that the gu~ h~d been unloaded, on top of a trunk in a r~fle case in his up s t a i.r s be d r o om , arid that the bullets we r e on a bu r a au in the bed~oom ~lso. He further stated that Amv had not been trained in the.' use of the '~.'u~pon and that trw \'leapon had o r i.g Lna I Ly been purchased f'o r f£lInily protection a~-a result ~f a previous houacbreak at their residence.

These officer then Lnt e r v Lewed J.u~y Bi8hcp, the mother Of the victim who stated·thnt on the day of the.shooting, she had left the house at $DDt'oxim.9.tel-..,T 0700 hours and that all ether family members had' be e n i n the house (it t ha t time.

She stated that she ~aturned to the residence to sccif there was anything for lunch, and that at this time, Seth was home and stated that. he would go to the store to pick up some food so th~t they could all have lunch.

J~~{}] further stated that Seth re t urned from the grocery

store, we n t; into the Li.v i.ng ro om and t ur n e d on t.e l e v Ls i ou •

She stated that he was on his way into the kitchen when Amy came dOi·mstairs w i.t h the Shotgun', came! into thoe kitchen and

askedJ .if she could help her unload the gULl.· Jtci;r

stated that she told A:ny Dot to point the gun at anyone,snd. that Amy then turned) and in doing S0, somehow discharged the we apo n which s ub s e que nr l y hit her son Seth who 'I!as at; thet time welking into the kitchen from the livingroom.

Ji1i~t$ s t a t ed that she s c r e au.e d and tbereupon Amy r a n out of ttl,: nc:use .. 3~~ e t a te d tl;E:t s~le tb8:1 called ~be p.?~ice and wa i t ec at t ne r r onc coo r r o r t.ne <-11'1;"1.v£\1 of t ne pollee, but she further added that she knew that Seth could not live as the result of .t.he injury wh Lch be l);:,d r'e c e Lved .

When qu~st;~ned relat~~e to any pri~r d~scharge~ o~ the

we apo n lDSLCiG the r e s a o e nc e on t he C6.,/ H1 qu e s t t o n ,

stated that she did Dot hear any other shots fired. in particular) any shots fired in ~h6 upstairs bedroo~1 but she believed that the house was relatively well soundproofed and th,'it. such, a discharge wo u l.d not rie c e s s s r il y be clearci on anether floor of the house.

stated that she did not feel that she had any knowledge of any other relevant facts rela~ing to the investigation to conveytb the~e office~s~

T~'1Cse o f f Lc e r s then conduct:~d an in.terv~e .. ,' ~,'ith ~0ny Bi81iO[J wno stated that on the mo r n i.ng of tne .s noo t i ng , [let' mother had gone: out arid that her fath,~t' bod goee i-;hopping. Amy

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s t.a c e d that she did not know h'he::-e he 1,-, b ro t h e r wa s during the d ay but thought that it: wcu l d be 3 good idea it she learned ho w to load the s ho t cun in the house. AG1Y s t a t cd that she was concerned for h~r own safety on occa~ionsas a result cf the break wh i o h :wd p r ev i ous Ly o c cu r r e d at. their home, B~U she often read and he~rd '6£ stories about things that htnpened ",he:i pe op l.e break into houses cHcd find other

peo?le inside. '

Amy s r.at.e d t ha t she 9<)t t.he . gun frau: her parents \ r o orn \ .. ,here she found it on the ~hest -13.n(1 the bullets '~Jere on the ' bureau. She ttated that she put the shells into the gun and then tried to get them out but wa s unsuccessful in doing

this even though she attempted te, uns c r ew . the bottom casing of ·the gUD. She stated that while she was attempting to _ unload the weapon which was on her bed, it discharged in her r o om , but that s h e is un s u re a s ,,::lcther or not her bedroom door was open at the time. She stated th&t she was beside her bed near the door at the tiDe that the gun discharged, but that she could not sn8cifical1v ~ecall ~eeing anvthin~

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co~ing out of the gun.

Amy further stated that she does not recall putting any additional bullets into the gun after it discherged, and that she then unscrewed the bottom of the shaft in ao attempt to empty the weapon, and when being una~le to empty the weapon this way, she stated that she then screwed the bottom of the shaft back on.

Amy stated that she t.he n he a r d hc r brother come i.nt;o t he house downstairs and she went right downstairs to ask Seth to help her-unload the gun. She s a i.d appa re uz Ly he r mother Ilttd been in the k i.t che n =or awh i. 1e a nd t ha t; Amy v:ent dovm the front set of stairs, through the diningroofu, to the door by the kitchen. She stated that she asked her brother to unload the ,,'capon bo c au se she th';'lUght it might still be

Lo a.do d arid she added t h a t; t1e1.~ mother said something to her but she does not spe c Lf Lc a'l Ly recall ,.,'hat it \'l,e.S,

l!_ITl~l s a Ld t ha t 811(3 \,!B.S c a r r y i.ng t.he gun poillted bes i.de he r leg) ai,ld that Seth told he r to point the gun .H~j. ,AtlY s::atcd that Seth wa s wa l k i.ng ac ro s s the kitchen b e t.vco n ,Any a nd he r mother and that Amy had the gun in cae hand and §tarted to raise it. Amv fu r the r s t at.e d t hac s omeo ne said aooe t h i.nz to

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P_my' s t at e d that she che n illHJediately ran ou t the ro ar doot-

of the k L t chen and though t that::; he had dro p pe d tlw gun a s

lOtte r-an'cn'iay" She stated that at the t.Ln;e the gun ',.rent off, she wes by the diningro6m door to the kitchen~ A~y also said. that she ~do?s not recall p\.l~ting on n j[td~,~t. p r i.o r to runnlng out or toe house or le5YLng the house ~ltn the gun. a nd that shc cannot r eca l l anyt h i.ng else until she subsequently saw her mother at the police station.

Amy did tell these ~fficers that her bother Seth h~d

ve rbe Ll y told he r previously hOltl t.o Tio Ld the gu;:]. but; t hat she, had ah!3VS previouslv been afraid of it. AIo.v concluded the invostig~tion by saying that she had previou~ly made no attempt to cover up the hole j_n,lK'L bedroom wa l I. ,·.,bich apparently, accordine to her, was the result of th0 previous

di~cha~gc~io her bed~oom. .

Am! stated that. she wasnot_~wBre ?f any.ad~ition~] f~Ct8 WhlCh could aSslst these o£t1cers Ln thelr lnvestlgatLon into the death of her brother, 2nd she reiterated adamantly that the discharge had been accid~ntal and that she was still having a very difficult time dealing with whet had occurred aDd was currently under cedication with a doctor's care.

As a result of these foregoing facts, a meeting was conducted b~tween this officer, Captain Buker a~d Detective Carey. It was determined that due to the testimony of the ITl'2mo:-L'S of~he Bis~l?P, family an d , in p a r t Lc u La'r , the .

t e s t amony 01: J~it? 0Lsnop, relevant, to (he £:::.cts COI1CernlDB the dc a t h of Seth Bishop t.h at; novfu rr.he r investigatioTl into the death of Seth Bishop was' ~arrLntcd.

It was therefor determined that the cause of death of Seth ~~.shop ,,,t~uldbe listed. {is tt,:8. ~cci~e~ltal disc:u~rge of (i ~lrear~ l8 the possesslon ot nlS Slater. AmyB~shop, and t::1Ht the investigation ,,,tould be co.no l ud ad .

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282 Union Street,

Braintree, Massachusetts 02184

(781) 843-1212 FAX (,781) 794-8698

(781) 794-8629

Contact Person: Deputy Chief Russetl Jenklns Release Date: February 13,2010

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AU of the charges contained in this newsrelease are merely accusations and all defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty hi a court of law, .

Comments from Chief Paul Frazier Regarding Amy Bishop

Good afternoon,

"The members of the Braintree Police Department extend their thoughts and prayers to the

. victims in the shooting incident Which occurred at the University of Alabama, in Huntsville, Alabama as well as to their families and the members of the Huntsville Police Department who responded to and are investigating the incident."

"I have been in contact with the Huntsville Police Department to confirm that the suspect in their shooting had been involved in a shooting incident in Braintree 24 years ago. Their investigators will be back in touch with us within a couple of days."

"The suspect in the Huntsville shooting, Amy Bishop had been involved in a shooting incident in' Braintree, Massachusetts in December of 1986. I located the Day Log fromDecernber of 1986 and found that the incident had occurred on December'6th. After 'finding the report number I looked in our archived files for the report. I was unable to locate the report."

"Officer Ronald Solimini informed me that he wrote the report. and said that I wouldn't find it-as it has been missing from the files for-over 20 years. He said that former Police Chief Edward Flynn had looked for the report and that it was missing. He b.elieves this was in 1988."

Officer Solimini recalled the incident as follows: He said he remembers that Ms. Bishop fired a round from' a pump action shotgun into the wall of her bedroom. She had a fight with her brother and shot him, which caused his death. She fireda third round from the shotgun into the ceiling as she exited the-home. She fled down the street with the shotgun in her hand. At one point she allegedly pointed the shotgun at a motor vehicle in an attempt to get the driver to stop. Officer Soli mini found her behind a business on Washington Street Officer Timothy Murphy was able to take control of the suspect at gunpoint.and seized the shotgun. Ms. Bishop was subsequently

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handcuffed and transported to the police station under arrest."

"Officer Solimini informed me that before the booking process was completed Ms. Bishop was released from custody withou~ being charged."

"1 (Chief Frazier) spoke with the retired Deputy Chief who was then a Lieutenant and was responsible for booking Ms. Bishop. He said he had started the' process when he received a

. phone call he believes was from then Police Chief John Polio or possibly from a captain on Chief Po lio.s behalf. He was instructed to stop the booking process. At some point Ms. Bishop was turned over to her mother and they left the building via a rear exit."

.Braintree Police Lieutenant Karen MacAleese was a high school classmate and confirmed from· photographs that the suspect is the same Amy Bishop who lived in Braintree.

"1 was not on duty at the time of the incident, but I recall how frustrated the members of the department were over the release of Ms. Bishop. It was a difficult time for the department as there had been three (3) shooting incidents within a short timeframe. The release of Ms. Bishop did not sit well with the police officers and I can assure you that this would not happen in this day and age."

"It is troubling that this incident has come to light. 1 can assure you that the members 'of the Braintree Police Department maintain the highest of integrity. Since it was discovered this morning.that the.report is missing, I have been in contact with Mayor Joseph Sullivan. Mayor Sullivan and I have spoken with District Attorney William Keating cud we will be meeting with him next week to discuss this situation. The Mayor supports a full review of this matter and agrees that we want to know where the records are."

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