Firefighter Arrested, Allegedly Calls Troopers "Nazis"

BOSTON (AP) — A local firefighter has been arrested for allegedly crashing into a police vehicle and fleeing the scene just one day before retiring.

The Boston Globe reports 64-year-old Sean Ingram of Quincy, Massachusetts was belligerent while being arrested Thursday night.

Police say the long-time Boston firefighter allegedly left the scene of a crash on Interstate 93 and expressed his disdain for state troopers during arrest, calling them "Nazis."

He is charged with driving under the influence, leaving the scene of a collision causing property damage, assault with a dangerous weapon and resisting arrest.

Ingram was arraigned Friday, with bail set at $500. He will return to court in June. Fire department officials say they're taking the allegations "very seriously."

Ingram could not be reached for comment.

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