California Police Union Wants 'Bad Apple' Lieutenant Investigated
October 29, 2010
Bell (Calif.) police officers called for further investigation into one of their own veteran lieutenants, who they say used his relationship with former City Manager Robert Rizzo to enrich his salary, reports Southern California Public Radio.
During a press conference, members of the Bell Police Officers Association showed a picture of Lt. Ty Henshaw's face superimposed onto a rotten apple. They also showed an e-mail Rizzo sent to city administrators asking them to boost Henshaw's monthly salary to $10,500.
Read the full story at SCPR.org.
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Mike M @ 11/30/2011 5:51 PM
The police union is full of it. This guy is a stand up cop and got screwed by the police union. The Lt. should sue the union for defamation. Perhaps he already did...
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