Police officer fatally shot while serving arrest warrant

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Nero was shot in the head and neck area during the Marstons Mills shooting that claimed the life of Yarmouth police officer Sean Gannon on Thursday. Gannon was among the officers serving an arrest warrant at the home.

Latanowich, of Somerville, was taken into custody after an hour-long standoff. He will be arraigned in Barnstable District Court Friday.

Funeral arrangements have been set for a police officer in Yarmouth, Massachusetts whom police say was shot to death last week by a career criminal who had violated his probation.

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"The men and women of the Yarmouth Police Department are proud to report that our beloved K-9 Nero is back on his feet - Fighting back and standing strong", the department wrote. Flags are also flying at half-staff in his honor.

Yarmouth Chief Frank Frederickson said the 8-year veteran, was a "wonderful young man" with a promising career ahead of him.

Over the weekend Yarmouth police posted a picture of Nero walking. "The world is a lesser place without him in it", Rep. Tim Whelan, a retired state trooper, told CBS Boston.