Yarmouth Police Sergeant Sean Gannon’s murderer has been found guilty. Explore more about his wife Dara Gannon.
Sean Gannon was a police officer of Yarmouth who got shot and killed in Barnstable at 109 Blueberry Lane while serving an arrest warrant.
His wife, Dara Gannon, stated on the trial that her future with Sean was taken away by an atrocious violent act from a criminal who was allowed on the streets.
Sean Gannon Wife Dara Gannon
Sean Gannon was an honored police officer who died at the age of 32 while on his duty. He was born on 22 August 1985, and his life ended on 12 April 2018.
He was an inspiring person who left his morals for his uprightness to his fellow worker.
Gannon completed his education in Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, and MBTA Municipal Police Academy. He started his career in 2007 as the Campus Police, and in 2010 he joined Yarmouth Police Department right after.
He got married to his wife, Dara Gannon, an Advisory Board member for Love Live Local. She has also worked as Program Officer in The Cape Cod Foundation since 2013. Later on, in 2018, she got promoted to Director of Programs and Donor Services.
Moreover, Dara was already honored by Cape and Plymouth Business Magazine as one of the leaders of “40 under 40.”
Sean’s wife, Dara, cherished her husband as she called him the most beautiful soul.
During her victim reading impact statement, she stated that she and Sean were very private people, and it’s unusual for her to be a widow at the age of 31. Thus, grieving in public is difficult for her.
Sean Gannon- Family
Sean Gannon’s father, Patrick Gannon, and mother, Dennis Gannon, both gave their statement. He also has a brother, Timothy Gannon, and a sister, Martha Gannon Souza.
His brother and sister expressed that they finally felt their brother, Sean, got justice after waiting for three years.
Sean was a low-key person. He had not revealed any details about his family in the past. Therefore, only his family name is known.
The information of Sean having a child is yet to unveil.
With no such details of his children, as per prediction, Sean didn’t have any children yet.
Thomas Latanowich- Sean Murderer
Thomas Latanowich was found guilty of killing and shooting a Cape Cod police officer. He got charged with second-degree murder and sentenced to prison for the charge of murder.
Latonowich testified in his trial and stated that he was frightened for his life as someone had shot him before the incident with Gannon.
He was sentenced to prison for 25 years on the murder charge and 10 to 15 years on the other.