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Boston Police commissioner’s son gets free ride

The 22-year-old son of ­Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis was about to drive home from the TD ­Garden Monday night when a patrolman stopped him, concerned he might have had too much to drink to be behind the wheel, according to a ­report.

Philip Davis was not arrested, but the case remains under investigation and police have notified senior Suffolk prosecutors about the incident.

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