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Source: Akron Beacon Journal
March 11, 2013
12 months ago
After reading the article and reading about past disciplinary suspensions and a lawsuit he once concocted against the department, I'm wondering if he's the department's problem child and their in a catch 22. I'm just guessing, but maybe the department figured he could cost them much more then $83,000 if he's on patrol and causes them a lawsuit ? Idunno?
Bump all below! Why have no charges been brought after 19 months of investigation? Of course the officer should be paid! Should an officer or his family be forced to suffer hardship because of an investigation that has already lasted 19 months w/ no apparent end in sight? If he has done something wrong, cough up (charge) or shut up and put him back to work for the pay he is earning...
And the $83K is whose fault exactly? Did the Officer put himself on paid leave?? Did it take the Officer 19 months to find nothing? Bump ssu459, I'm ready to leave the left coast!!
Wooo. 83 K for sitting on your keester..How does one go a bout getting a job in Akron?Seriously,this is beyond rediculous,bump the previous posts.
Who is running this dog and pony show? What a mess.
I'm not saying the officer did or didn't do anything wrong here. Nineteen months for a investigation is crazy. The officer should be afforded the same rights as anyone else. The only blame to be placed here is on the investigation and the dragging of there feet.
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