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The replacements

Posted by Ralph Ranalli May 8, 2007 02:33 PM

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HUDSON

Two Hudson High School graduates have been hired as police officers, replacing the pair that resigned in February after deciding they no longer wanted to work in law enforcement.

The Board of Selectmen has approved the appointment of Jesse Hayden, 26, and Shamus Veo, 24, who both became reserve officers in May of 2006, Police Chief Richard Braga said. Hayden has a criminal justice degree from Saint Anselm College and Veo is working on a criminal justice degree at UMass Lowell.

Their first day on the job will be May 21 at the MBTA Police Academy in Quincy. Veo and Hayden replace Justin Bush and Robert Rego, who submitted resignation papers after their first day at the academy.

-- Jennifer Rosinski

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