Cops Reprimanded For Vulgar Comments In Arrest Report Of Judge’s Daughter


Frank Bojazi Freelancer

Two state police officers in Boston were reprimanded for including vulgar comments involving oral sex and heroin in an arrest report about a judge’s daughter.

The troopers arrested Allie Bibaud, daughter of Dudley District Court Judge Timothy Bibaud,after she allegedly swerved her vehicle into a police construction area in Worcester.  She claimed arguing with her male passenger caused her to lose concentration and control of the vehicle.

She was arrested on suspicion of operating under the influence (OUI) on October 16, but her arrest report has been recently revised.

Troopers suspected Bibaud of being under the influence, searched her vehicle, and located heroin. The judge’s daughter reportedly commented about how she attained the drugs. The comment involved performing oral sex on multiple people in exchange for heroin.

The officers included the comment in the original police report. The revised police report no longer includes the vulgar statement. It was removed on account of the content being “sensationalistic and inflammatory directly-quoted statement by the defendant, which made no contribution to proving the elements of the crimes with which she was charged,” according to Fox 25 Boston.

Turtleboy Sports, a website which broke the story before Fox 25 Boston, claimed to have spoken with Massachusetts state troopers in regards to the arrest. The website claims that the vulgar comment previously on the arrest report stated “do you know how many people I had to blow to get that” in regards to the heroin found during Bibaud’s arrest.

Allie Bibaud was previously arrested on May 26 for possession of a Class A substance and failure to wear a seatbelt.