Monday, January 23, 2023

the Oakland Police Chief has been placed on paid administrative leave for "dereliction of duty." The chief either looked the other way, or didn't follow through on an investigation into misconduct by one of his sergeants.

That according to ABC7 News I-Team sources who say he failed to take action on a sergeant who ripped the bumper off a neighbor's car during a hit-and-run accident. That sergeant later fired a gun in the department elevator. Those details were released in a report that investigated alleged misconduct by OPD. This in relation to the federal oversight of the Oakland Police Department, which has been ongoing for 20 years.

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