Glocester police officer suspended following felony arrest in Johnston


GLOCESTER – A longtime Glocester police officer has been suspended without pay following a domestic incident in Johnston earlier this month.

Officer David Hebert, 54, of Dayville, Connecticut was arrested for multiple felony and misdemeanor charges on Monday, Dec. 6, according to reports.

Hebert, a senior patrol officer who has been with the department for 22 years, was charged with domestic breaking and entering, domestic assault, domestic vandalism, disorderly conduct, and simple assault.

According to a story on WJAR 10, Hebert is accused of breaking into the garage of a female, assaulting her, and damaging Christmas decorations and bags of concrete. A criminal complaint states that around 1 a.m., the police officer also assaulted a second woman from Johnston.

Hebert was released on $5,000 personal recognizance and ordered to have no contact with one of the victim following an arraignment in Kent County District Court.

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  1. I’ll give you permission to look into my juvenile records you have to contact me look into entwine last name don’t know how to say his last name he’s a bad police officer

  2. I’m not surprised I was 15 mom called cops on me I drove my friend off first rd they stopped me in the police station David laplante don’t know if I spelled his name right punched me in my stomach in the cell unit I told my mom to press charges she refused and put me into rehab

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