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A police officer, who pleaded guilty to assault and was accused of trying to cover up the crime, has been rehired by the city of Westmoreland.
The new police chief of Westmoreland said he intends to rehire a police officer who pleaded guilty to assault and was accused of trying to cover up the crime.
The former Westmoreland officer who pleaded guilty to assaulting a suspect in her custody and trying to hide the crime, is now being recommended for rehire in her town’s police department.
When Westmoreland police chief Ray Amalfitano decided to continue allowing a former officer, who’d pleaded guilty to assault of a suspect she’…
Despite a guilty plea of assaulting a man she just arrested, a video showing her cursing at the man as she cuffed him and a TBI investigation …
The former Westmoreland police officer who pleaded guilty to assault and is accused by the district attorney of trying to cover up the crime, remains employed with the city at her same salary.
Former Westmoreland police officer is still an employee of the city 51 days after she pleaded guilty to assaulting a suspect she had just arrested.