Firefighter won't be charged after alleged threats
BOSTON (WHDH) -- A court determined a Boston firefighter will not face charges for allegedly making troubling threats.
Police said Kenneth Veiga of Brockton told a commander he had a storage locker full of weapons and ammunition.
On Monday, Veiga said he is looking forward to putting this all behind him.
“The difficulty that’s been put on my family and myself has been tremendous and I’ve never had, and I would not wish upon anyone, ever, to have what has happened in the last couple weeks, happen,” said Veiga.
Veiga’s attorney said he has not yet decided his future with the fire department.