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Revere Police promote two at City Hall ceremony

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  A sergeant was promoted to a lieutenant, and a police officer was promoted to a sergeant during last Thursday’s promotional ceremony in Revere City Hall council chambers. Stacey J. Bruzzese was promoted from Sergeant to Lieutenant, and Sean G. Matthews was promoted from Patrol Officer to Sergeant.

Pictured from left to right: proud wife, Patricia, incoming Sgt. Sean Matthews and their sons, Seamus and Liam.
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Proud son, Seamus pinned his father Sean Matthews.
Pictured from left to right: Det. Captain Maria LaVita, Mayor Brian Arrigo, Police Chief David Callahan, incoming Lt. Stacey Bruzzese, incoming Sgt. Sean Matthews, Executive Officer Sean Randall and Captain Amy O’Hara.
Bruzzese with her parents, Marian and Anthony, husband, Nicholas and their son, Anthony.
Pictured from left to right: Revere Police Chief David Callahan, Stacey Bruzzese, Sean Matthews and Executive Officer Sean Randall.
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Proud son Anthony pinned his mother, Lt. Stacey Bruzzese, from sergeant to lieutenant during last Thursday’s promotional ceremony at Revere City Hall.
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Bruzzese with her husband, Nicholas, and son, Anthony.
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Pictured from left to right: members of the criminal investigation unit — Det. Sgt. John Gibson, Det. Dennis Arsenault, Det. Sgt. Milton Alfaro, Det. Doug Zingali, Lt. Stacey Bruzzese, retired Det. Sgt. Steven Pisano, Det. Capt. Maria LaVita, crime analyst Sarah White, Suffolk County Sheriff Det. Lt. Jarrod Trovato and Det. David Caramanica.

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