Bristol officer arrested after alleged workplace threat

A Bristol police officer was arrested and charged last weekend after an alleged workplace threat.
According to a press release from the Bristol Police Department, an arrest warrant was issued for officer Adam Quinn for the charge of second degree breach of peace. His police authority is suspended until further notice, the release said.
There were no injuries related to the threat, and since the incident involved Bristol Police Department employees, there was no risk to the general public, the release said.
Quinn was processed at the Bristol Police Department and was released on a non-surety bond with a court date of Monday, Jan. 25.