Three police officers from Newton, Massachusetts were caught by police officers from Framingham after they egged the home of a superior officer, according to The MetroWest Daily News.
The egging happened around 1:50 a.m. on Tuesday, December 11, according to the police department in Framingham. Officers had to respond to the report of two male ‘teenagers’ throwing eggs at a home on Griffin Road. Whoever called 911 said that the two drove away from the home in a red vehicle.
The vehicle was pulled over by Framingham police officers at 2 a.m. close to the home and the two occupants of the vehicle were identified as police officers from Newton, according to Framingham police spokesman Lt. Ron Brandolini.
The driver of the vehicle admitted to the officer who pulled them over that they did egg the home. The driver also said, “It was a prank, a joke between friends.”
Framingham police officers went to the home where the egging occurred to speak with the residents. This is when a third officer from the Newton police force was discovered. Police from Framingham said that the third Newton officer took part in the prank too.
Neither of the three Newton officers were identified by Framingham officers to the public. The owner of the home is a Newton police sergeant, who spoke with officers from Framingham’s department. He said that the incident would be handled internally in the Newton department and that he was not going to press charges.