Thursday, February 6, 2014

COP ALLEGEDLY SPENDS SUPER BOWL SUNDAY AT HOME WHILE BEING PAID TO BE OUT ON PATROL




The Edison, NJ police chief has said he's trying to change the culture - and the public perception - of his police department - following three scandals including an officer charged with attempted murder for allegedly setting his captain's house on fire. This latest black eye adding fuel to community concerns. A police sergeant allgedly parking his marked patrol car outside this, his, house, during the Super Bowl. A neighbor - who says he has no beef with the sergeant, reporting what he did anyway. Saying the guy's being paid to fight crime, not watch a football game. The chief says he's investigating and if the allegation is true, expect firm disciplinary action. I'm covering the story for 1010 WINS.

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