Curry College officer out of job after arrest


A rookie Curry College public safety officer is out of a job after his arrest Monday on charges of breaking into his former girlfriend’s Marshfield home and brandishing a gun, officials said.

Paul Kodzis, 26, is facing several charges including home invasion while armed, stemming from the incident that occurred at about 1:30 a.m. Monday, said Lieutenant Arthur Shaw of the Marshfield police. No shots were fired, and no one was hurt, Shaw said.

Frances Jackson, a Curry spokeswoman, said Kodzis started at the school in March and was no longer employed there Wednesday. She declined to say whether he was fired or if he resigned.

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