Chicago's police pension board has suspended the disability benefits of a police officer who, after going on disability because of an injury he said made it impossible for him to safely fire a handgun, has shot and killed several animals while on safari.

The eight-member board stopped short of permanently revoking the disability benefits of Chicago Police Department Officer Charles T. Siedlecki, citing a snafu in notifying him of Thursday's "duty-disability status review."

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