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Three New Police Officers Sworn In During City Hall Ceremony

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Three police officers were sworn in on Monday inside the City Council Chambers at City Hall. Dash Crevoiserat, Vu Pham and Alexsandra Armata took the oath of office, led by City Clerk Ashley Melnik.
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Incoming officer Alexsandra Armata was accompanied by her sister-in-law Josephine Armata, her brother-in-law Javier Martinez, her niece Olivia Martinez, her nephew Max Martinez, her husband Joshua Armata, her in-laws Mercedes Armata and Billy Armata and their children Gabriella Armata and Ava Armata.
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Pictured from left to right: fiancé Vivy Vu, incoming officer Vu Pham and his mother, Dung Pham.
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City Clerk Ashley Melnik is shown swearing in Police Officers Dash Crevoiserat, Vu Pham and Alexsandra Armata.
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Revere Police Department Executive Officer Lt. Sean Randall shook hands with Police Officer Alexandra Armata.
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Vu Pham was pinned by his mother, Dung Pham.
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WELCOME TO THE RANKS: The new police hires – Dash Crevoiserat, Vu Pham and Alexsandra Armata – are shown during Monday’s swearing in ceremony inside the City Council Chambers at City Hall.
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Mayor Brian Arrigo thanked families for their sacrifice, as police often work holidays, weekends and nights.
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Incoming officer Dash Crevoiserat was accompanied by his father Paul Crevoiserat, his mother Leslie Crevoiserat, his grandmother Jackie Meehan, his grandfather Barry Meehan, his aunt Patricia Mazzone and his other grandmother Barbara Kirby.
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Officer Paul Crevoiserat pinned his son, Dash Crevoiserat, as a police officer.
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Police Chief David Callahan congratulated the new Police Officers, who began the role on Tuesday.
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Police Officer Alexsandra Armata’s husband, Joshua, pinned her.

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