Gannon's Accused Killer in Court to Face Charges

The man accused of shooting and killing Yarmouth police Sgt. Sean Gannon on April 12 was in Barnstable Superior Court today for his arraignment on a charge of murder. Thomas Latanowich, 30, had his case moved up from the district court.

According to a statement from the Cape and Islands District Attorney’s office Latanowich is facing no less than eight charges in connection with Gannon’s death.

The 32-year old officer was shot and killed as he was assisting officers in serving an arrest warrant on Latanowich at 109 Blueberry Lane in Marstons Mills for a probation violation. 

Gannon's partner, K9 Nero, was also shot but survived his injuries and is now living with Gannon’s family.

K9 Nero with Retired Yarmouth K9 trainer Peter McClelland and staff at Cape Cod Veterinary Specialists


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