Another defendant dismissed in Springfield police assault case; witness claims harassment by FBI agent –


Springfield police officer John Wadjula is arraigned in Hampden Superior Court in 2019. Prosucutors on Wednesday dropped charges against him of perjury, filing a false police report and misleading an investigation. (Hoang 'Leon' Nguyen / The Republican file photo)
SPRINGFIELD — Prosecutors have dismissed charges against yet another defendant in the fraying Nathan Bill’s off-duty police brawl case as a witness renewed harassment allegations against an FBI agent.
The state attorney general’s office on Wednesday dropped charges of perjury, filing a false police report and misleading an investigation against officer John Wadjula.
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